During one of my most recent open houses, a fellow by the name of Rob Cormish came to introduce himself to me. He is a Home Inspector, but not just any Home Inspector, one with tremendous amount of experience and knowledge about the home inspection industry. We both seem to share the same values about meeting and exceeding our clients expectations and as luck would have it he has a great website I thought I would share with you all, HomeXam Inc.
Rob has teamed up with Robert Simpson of Discovery Home Inspections. Their philosphy is simply and smart : Two sets of eyes help your client get a thorough report and get the job done faster and more effectively.
Rob thought I might be interested in the articles on their website to help my clients have more successful home inspections. Of course, I asked for permission to share them with you in this month’s newsletter, so here goes:
For anyone who wants a straightforward explanation of “The Purpose of a Home Inspection”.
Providing Buyers with “Tips for a Good Home Inspection”. It gives several points on getting the most value out of the experience and making it easier for everybody.
“Home Inspection Guide for Sellers” that gives tips on how to get a house ready for an inspection that has fewer defect items. It’s organized from simple one minute fixes up to more involved handyman items. Why have a home that’s harder to sell because it unnecessary defects. A little attention to details and a client’s home will be more attractive to buyers. It comes with a Checklist that clients can use themselves.
And why not dispel a few “Home Maintenance Misconceptions”.
Hope you all enjoy some or all of this information and I wish you all a happy and safe Fall season!