A Buyers’s Choice House Inspection is very comprehensive.
You can expect professionalism and expertise and Peace of Mind from having A Buyer’s Choice House Inspection.
It would be good to set aside a morning or afternoon for the appointment with your qualified home inspector.
You are most welcome to be present, it is even advisable to be there when the inspection is taking place.
When you accompany the inspector during the thorough check of the condition of the house you can
- see what the inspector finds out
- ask questions during the inspection
You can expect your home, or the house you are buying, being taken under the magnifying glass,
following a code book for house inspections,
covering all aspects as listed here, and more.
Some of the critical issues a qualified home inspector checks are:
- Safety issue
- Structural damage
- Septic system
and much more.
A professional and unbiased report of 60 pages with over 100 photos,
which is easy to read, will be emailed on the same day by the house inspector.
The video is from A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspection in the United States and it is also applies to House Inspections in New Zealand since the Inspectors receive the same training and qualifications.
Video Credit: Glenda Black
Which Issues are important to fix after a Home Inspection?
Whether you as the seller or the buyer has had the Home Inspection done,
it is very likely that there maybe issues which need fixing.
The buyer may request that the seller will fix some issues found by the home inspector.
Not all of the issues mentioned in the 60 page report, issued by a
qualified A Buyer’s Choice house inspector, may need to be fixed by the seller. There some defects which are mandatory (i.e. safety issues) or importantto repair so the sale can go through.
This is why it is a good idea to have a pre-listing home inspection, so the seller has plenty of time to either get a tradesman/woman to do the job or , if possible, fix it him/herself before putting the property on the market.
This could save time and money and could increase the chances of the house getting sold.
It can be overwhelming in regards to
what needs to addresssed.
Check out the video (2:05 min) and links below to find out what matters most.
What fixes are mandatory after a Home Inspection
by Rosie Romero
10 Deal Killers – Reasons why Homebuyers walk away from a Home purchase
by Matt Steinhausen
Image Credit: Merio on Pixabay
Video Credit: Larry Keeble on You Tube
Are all House Inspectors the same?
When buying or selling a house it is a good policy to make sure you know exactly what condition it is in. To make sure there are no unpleasant surprises, like the couple waking up to termites on their first day, it pays to get a home inspection.
What to look for in an House Inspector?
In New Zealand there are no regulations about qualifications for House Inspections.
The type of inspectors could be:
Building inspector working with the council, who are checking the house while it is built and on completion.
Qualified house inspector,
who did intensive training and tests, i.e. with InterNachi, who checks all aspects of a house
and follows the guidelines of a code book .
A Buyer’s Choice House Inspector like Maxe Janssen
- carries an indemnity Insurance
- is required to do ongoing training
- belongs to an InterNachi Association
- provides a Guarantee
- follows the Guidelines of the Code book
- can show you a Sample Report
- checks for Maintenance Issues
Make sure you get your House inpected by a qualified ‘A Buyer’s Choice’ House Inspector.
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