What is a Pre-Purchase or Pre-Listing Inspection and why should I get one?
Before purchasing a new home, a pre-purchase inspection is scheduled by the buyer, whereas with a Pre-Listing inspection, the inspection is scheduled by the seller ahead of time. With pre-listing inspections the seller has the advantage of being able to provide copies of the inspection report to any interested buyers, offering some addition confidence.
In either case, Endeavor Inspections will provide you with a quality home inspection that will give you the information you need to make an informed decision in your transaction, potentially saving you from buyer's remorse, or from losing out on a sale due to an issue that you weren't aware of.
What Does a Typical Home Inspection Consist of?
A Home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the readily-accessible areas of a residential property. The inspection is designed to identify defects, deficiencies, and items of concern based on an agreed upon Standards of Practice. After the inspection is conducted, a report will be delivered to you containing photos taken during the inspection, and detailing our findings.