At Homestead Report, we offer more than just a home inspection. Mr. John Ward, owner of Homestead Report Home Inspection, will conduct a walkthrough of a property and point out issues that may need to be repaired and or addressed BEFORE a house goes on the market. This “consultation” is a verbal and visual evaluation of the condition of most major components of a property. All homes have a few minor aging issues and some may have major issues that could potentially become a detriment when trying to get the maximum money for your home.
Experience You Can Trust!
With two decades of home inspection experience, our inspectors will provide you with the best home consultation services. Don’t let minor repairs create major bargaining issues during the sale of your home. Knowing in advance any major issues will allow the seller to have estimated repair costs in hand during negotiations.
During your inspection, our inspectors will do our best to answer these basic questions. These questions are highly relevant to every home purchase or sale.
- Does the dwelling have a history of seepage, dampness, and or water penetration into the basement and/or crawl space, if so please explain? Has a sump pump ever been installed used in the basement/crawl space? Do you use any type of dehumidification in any part of the dwelling? In addition are you aware of any mold and/or air quality issues in the dwelling
- Is the dwelling is on public or private sewage system? If the waste system is private has a Title V inspection been completed? If so, is the completed Title V report available for review?
- Has the dwelling been inspected for and/or treated for insect infestation? If so when and what were the chemicals used?
- Are there any asbestos products in the dwelling and/or on the property?
- Has the dwelling ever been tested for radon gas and/or lead paint? If so, when and what were the results?
- Has the dwelling been previously inspected by a home inspector? If so, when?
- Were any problems noted?
- Is a copy of the inspection report available?