The inspection process is important in any real estate transaction. Here’s why.
Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, a home inspection is incredibly important during any real estate transaction. I’m joined today with Brandon Miller of A-Pro Home Inspection, who will be answering some questions today about the inspection process and explaining why it’s such a crucial step.
First of all, while people with construction backgrounds can do their own home inspection, it’s not exactly a good idea. Professional home inspectors understand all the systems and components of a home—not just its construction. And on top of this, they can add value for each of these components. They’re also experienced in finding issues in older homes.
A-Pro Home Inspection has been around since 1994. They’re a nationwide franchise that has a lot of resources for both buyers and sellers. They approach the home inspection with a teacher mentality, giving homeowners, buyers, and sellers an in-depth look at their homes. They also do termite inspections and radon and mold testing. All in all, they’ll give you peace of mind in knowing whether your home is one you want to move forward with.
Professional home inspectors understand all the systems and components of a home—not just its construction.
They’ll walk you through things in the inspection report, taking care not to scare you off. Anything can be fixed, and identifying issues is the first step toward doing so.
It’s important you find an experienced inspector so
they can help you learn more about a home. A-Pro inspectors have the best qualifications in the area and go above and beyond what other inspectors do.
If you’d like to reach out to Brandon or learn more about the inspection process, call him at 816-226-6329.
If you have any other questions, need more information, or would like to talk about your real estate needs, feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you soon.