OUR INSPECTION SERVICES
Home Buyer’s Inspection
In general, home inspections protect both the buyer and seller by helping all parties avoid expensive surprises and stressful real estate transaction delays. Home Buyer Inspections are performed during a real estate transaction which is typically called the “inspection period”. This Inspection and accompanying report will allow you to make an educated purchasing decision.
With this in mind, a home inspection is an opportunity for buyers to gain a better understanding of the condition of the property at the time of the inspection. The primary goal of the home inspection is to identify a specific issue that may have a significant, adverse impact on the value of the property or poses an unreasonable risk to people.
Finally, a home inspection from Effective Home Inspections of Tennessee is an unbiased and in-depth visual inspection of the structure and operating components. We encourage buyers to attend the inspection, ask questions, and voice concerns.
Marketing Option for Sellers and Real Estate Agents
A Pre-Listing Inspection from Effective Home Inspections of Tennessee provides you with the same comprehensive report and attention to detail as our Home Buyer’s Inspection, This service includes a discounted repair inspection and one free yard sign.
This inspection is performed for the seller of a property before listing the home for sale. This inspection and accompanying report will allow the seller to gain a better understanding of their home prior to it hitting the market.
Our pre-listing inspection report will arm you with valuable knowledge about your home’s current condition and will alert you to potential concerns ahead of a buyer’s inspection. Plus, it gives you time to shop for contractors and complete repairs on your time, avoiding the due diligence rush that accompanies a buyer’s inspection.
When you’re ready to put your home on the market, your pre-listing home inspection report becomes a full-disclosure marketing tool that can be linked to your online listing. Your report and repair records might even encourage the buyer to waive their inspection contingency, which could speed up the sale of your home.
Digital Home Inspection Reports
Effective Home Inspections of Tennessee, LLC uses detailed reporting software which enables seller’s inspection reports to be linked directly to the home’s MLS listing. Potential buyers can view the report with a single click prior to scheduling a showing, a time-saving step that provides full property disclosure.
Here’s how the Listing Inspection Marketing Package works.
Step 1: A Pre- Listing Inspection is performed for your client.
Step 2: Discuss the report findings with the seller to determine if repairs will be made.
Step 3: If no repairs will be made, the inspection report will be immediately linked to the MLS listing. If repairs are planned, we’ll perform a discounted repair inspection once repairs are complete. The inspection report will then be revised to reflect the repairs, and linked to the online listing.
EHI-TN provides yard signs to let by passers know your listing is move-in ready.