There is no such thing as a perfect house. At Americas Choice Inspections, we know from experience that even the newest of homes has issues. As a potential home buyer, you have to decide what kind of issues you are willing to live with and repair. Plus, if you have included an inspection contingency in your contract, these seven tips will help you negotiate the cost of repairs after your home inspection. We will share the first four tips with you today.
Many people are wondering if it is possible to buy a home during the global coronavirus pandemic. Simply put, yes, you can still purchase a home in North Carolina even with social distancing restrictions in place. Real estate and home inspection firms are considered essential businesses and will continue to operate throughout the pandemic. At Americas Choice Inspections, we are here to provide the information you need to make an informed purchase, even from a distance.
The home inspectors at Americas Choice Inspections work hard to provide buyers and sellers with a clear picture of their home’s condition. This information, in turn, allows buyers to make informed purchases and plan for repairs. Sellers, on the other hand, can use this information to remedy problems with the home in order to sell it at the right price. To make the most of your home inspection, avoid making these four common mistakes.
If you are in the market for a new home in Charlotte, you are in good company. The city’s housing market is booming! But don’t make a decision in haste: there are five steps you need to take before you start shopping. At Americas Choice Inspections, we will come alongside you and provide the information you need to make an informed purchase.
Before putting your Charlotte area home on the market, invest in a pre-listing home inspection from Americas Choice Inspections. Our inspectors will identify any problem areas in your home so you can make repairs, adjust your asking price, and sell your home quickly. To get ready for your pre-listing inspection, follow these six simple steps (see previous post for first three steps):
Selling a home can be a long, tedious process. To prepare your house for the market, invest in a pre-listing inspection with Americas Choice Inspections in Charlotte, NC. We will identify problem areas in your home, so you can make repairs and adjust your asking price accordingly. To get ready for your pre-listing home inspection, follow these six simple steps:
At Americas Choice Inspections, our licensed and trained home inspectors provide a clear picture of your property’s current condition. We work with buyers, sellers, and new construction projects to ensure the safety and satisfaction of our customers. To learn more, check out our answers to the top four most frequently asked home inspection questions.
Buying a home is a major decision, and it is important to be well-informed before taking the plunge. At Americas Choice Inspections, we have performed thousands of inspections in Asheville, Winston-Salem, Mooresville, Charlotte, and the surrounding areas. In addition to traditional home inspections, we also perform specialty inspections, including pest and termite inspections. When it comes to termites, don’t take the risk: schedule a pest inspection with our team to make sure your home is sound.
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.