Property Inspection Reports
For many home buyers, the purchase of a home is contingent on the results of the property inspection report. Designed to document the condition of the accessible major elements of a home, this report gives the buyer a snapshot of the condition of the home at the time of the inspection.
A growing industry trend is to have home sellers get their own property inspection report on their home before sale. Sellers who choose this route are often able to close more quickly, saving time and stress. The sellers initiate their own property inspection and can then opt to make some repairs or simply disclose needed repairs to potential buyers. This minimizes the potential that these same repairs will be renegotiated after the buyer-initiated inspection is complete.
HouseMaster's Property Inspection Services
HouseMaster is one of the most respected names in the home inspection industry because of our dedication to providing clients with a thorough and detailed property inspection.
A professional HouseMaster inspection will not only help educate the potential buyer about hidden concerns, but it will also highlight the positive aspects of the home's condition. As such, homebuyers are encouraged to accompany the HouseMaster inspector during the property inspection to ask questions and learn how to operate many of the home's systems.
Upon completion of the inspection your HouseMaster inspector will review the property inspection report with you to make sure your questions are answered. As part of the process, buyers will also learn valuable information on how to maintain their investment.
To demonstrate how committed HouseMaster is to doing the best on each and every inspection, our property inspection reports are backed by an exclusive Limited Repair Reimbursement Guarantee . This written guarantee offers home buyers protection against major, unexpected repair expenses during the guarantee period.