A standard clause in any purchase

Once you’ve decided to sell your home we highly recommend you hire a professional home inspector to do a ‘pre-inspection’. Because almost all buyers request home inspections before closing any deal, we think that taking the initiative to do a pre-inspection is always a good idea. A pre-inspection removes any doubt the buyer may have about the condition of your home and what repairs might be needed in the next few years.

The process is very easy. A home inspector will go through a checklist and will provide you with a report of the findings of the age, condition, and gaps between current equipment and building codes.

  • Plumbing and electrical
  • HVAC systems
  • Foundation
  • Roof
  • Overall integrity
  • Insulation and potential moisture
  • Mould and infestation issues

Before inspection day

  • Ready your home the way you would for a showing before the inspector arrives
  • Clear space against basement walls, so they can be inspected for damages and cracks
  • Make sure both the garage and the attic are accessible
  • Have your renovation and repair documents ready for review
  • If you’re not currently living in the home, make sure all utilities are still connected

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Overview

  • Buyers will always request a home inspection at their cost prior to signing off the offer conditions

  • You may want to do an inspection prior to listing to ensure that necessary repairs are done

  • A home inspector will look at all areas of the home including the attic, basement, and infrastructure

  • Prepare your home by making sure it’s clean and all areas are accessible