We’ll schedule and pay for a licensed third party inspector to assess the condition of your home.
The home inspector will perform a general home inspection, which should take about 2-3 hours. The inspector will need access to all rooms, including the basement, garage, attic, roof, and outdoor areas. The inspector will test all systems to ensure they are functioning properly, and identify structural or compliance issues we may not have been aware of when creating our offer.
Based on the findings from the general home inspection, we may need to order one or more specialized inspections, such as a roof, foundation, pest, or pool inspection, to fully assess the condition of the home. We'll aim to conduct all inspections within 10 days of the fully-signed initial contract.
We'll share all inspection findings with you, and a list of any needed repairs and their estimated costs.
If any repairs are needed, we'll send you an itemized Repair Addendum and show you how much your final cash offer proceeds will be, after adjusting for the repair costs.
If you choose to accept your final offer, we’ll deduct these costs from your closing price, so there’s no out-of-pocket costs to you, and you won’t have to deal with the hassle of coordinating vendors working in your home.
You can move on and we'll take care of getting the home ready for the next owners.