When you sell your home, you want the most value out of your investment. And while many sellers don’t have a pre-listing home inspection, there are many important reasons you should. A pre-listing home inspection provides a view of your home’s condition through the eyes of an unbiased third party. It gives you the information you need to make repairs and identify items that will likely be called out by your buyer’s inspector, avoiding surprises that could potentially slow the sale of your home.
For any first time home buyers, I would definitely recommend two things: 1) Do not go with inspectors recommended by your realtor unless he /she is your family 2) HIRE KEITH Keith did a very thorough job and was meticulous in getting the inspection done. Whatever you pay him is completely worth for the level of detail that he puts in his work. Thanks Keith!!
And does a great debrief session with a screen recording and video with 100+ images. He also has deep expetise and helped uncover hard to find water heater and plumbing issues. Highly recommended!
We are selling our house. So, we called Stonebriar Property Inspections and talked to Keith about doing a seller’s inspection. He charged a reasonable price, and inspected the whole entire house, even going up into the attic and getting on the roof. Luckily he didn’t find any major issues, but Keith was able to find some minor things that needed to be fixed. For example, there were a few places on the side of the house where a squirrel had chewed–so he pointed that out and we replaced the wood there.