While most houses sell during the spring and summer, now is the perfect time to get your home ready for the market. At Americas Choice Inspections, we have been providing quality home inspection services to Charlotte area residents since 2009. We’ve compiled a list of 6 tips that will help your home sell fast and for top dollar.
You have just accepted an offer on your house and, after weeks of cleaning, staging, and scheduling showings, you’re ready to get packing and get out of there! The hard part is over, right? Well, not necessarily. With an inspection and appraisal to plan for, the road to closing day can be a long one. If you prepare for your upcoming inspection with these simple “Dos and Don’ts” from your friends at America’s Choice Inspections, the inspection process will be smoother and less stressful.
Buying a home can be a scary proposition. Are you getting a good deal? Are there hidden issues that could turn your dream home into a nightmare? How can you be sure your picture-perfect home doesn’t have mold, termites, or radon? Finding a trustworthy, qualified, and experienced inspector can help put your mind at ease and can ensure that you are getting exactly what you are paying for. With American’s Choice Inspections, you’re getting all of this and more. While finding a trustworthy inspector is important, having a general understanding of what to look for in a report is a good idea. Here are two of the most common findings in inspection reports that are good to keep an eye out for when buying a home.
Serious home defects can be easy to miss by the untrained eye. Most home inspectors have the tools and training to detect even the trickiest issues, but they are only human, and sometimes things get overlooked. Even the best inspectors will miss an item that was not visible during the inspection. The fact of the matter is, not all home inspectors are created equal. According to the experts at America’s Choice Inspections, there are five areas that could be missed at a home inspection.
If you are planning to buy a new house or you have just bought one, you are probably focused on having your offer accepted and making sure the sale goes through. With all of the stress of house showings and negotiating sale price, you might have overlooked one important step in the home buying process: the home inspection. Most home buyers hire a home inspector to investigate and analyze a new home before closing. It is important to know the condition of the home that you are buying so that you do not encounter surprise issues that will cost a lot of money and headaches to fix. Here are a couple of common issues that the inspectors at Americas Choice Inspections find during home inspections so you will know what to expect when it’s time for your inspection.
During a residential real-estate transaction, most people anticipate that a buyer will opt for a home inspection after they’re under contract. However, home inspections aren’t only for the buyer. At Americas Choice Inspections, our team recommends that sellers also consider a pre-listing home inspection for the following reasons.
Radon is one of those out-of-sight-out-of-mind topics. It’s not on many buyers’ radars for concern until it’s often too late. As the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States (according to the Environmental Protection Agency), radon levels should not go ignored during the home-buying process. Here’s what you gain by getting a radon inspection from our team at Americas Choice Inspections.
You want a home that will stand the test of time. In fact, one of the first things you might look for in a house is whether it seems to be solidly built or not. The bad news is that even the most seemingly sturdy homes built with the best materials can be struck by termites. The result is that you have a beautiful home in need of repair or even structurally unsound. Your best bet to fend off termites and to know whether a home has already suffered termite damage is to get a termite inspection from Americas Choice Inspections.
Many home buyers wonder why they need to pay the extra money for a home inspection. Those costs can really add up while purchasing a home, so you may be asking yourself: Is it really worth it? The resounding answer is: Yes! Let our staff at Americas Choice Inspections tell you the value of a home inspection from one of our pro team members.
New home buyers often get intimidated when it comes time for the all-important home inspection. The process is all new to you, so it’s natural to have a number of questions about what to expect and what to do moving forward. At Americas Choice Inspections, we do our best to answer your questions and set your mind at ease throughout the inspection process. Here are a few of the most-common questions we get from our clients.