Licensed real estate professionals do more than just "sell"
homes. They coordinate all of the activities involved with a home purchase.
They can help you determine which is the best mortgage for your particular
situation, and arrange meetings with various financial institutions. Often
they make arrangements with appraisers, closing officers and home inspectors,
and take care of the many small details involved in your home purchase.
Utilizing the many services of a knowledgeable real estate professional
can streamline the home search process and ultimately provide a smooth
and successful transition into your new home.
Real Estate agents are also a wealth of information on activities and
services located throughout the local community.
Working together with a professional real estate agent can make your
home purchase a rewarding experience.
Real Estate agents work for the seller, although as part of their sales
package is to assist you in making an informed decision, any conscientious
real estate professional would recommend home inspection.
When entering into a contract or sales agreement, always request there
be included a clause stating that the sale is contingent on the findings
of an unbiased, independent home inspection.
The clause should state that if the inspection uncovers problems in
excess of predetermined value, the sale price will be renegotiated. Ask
your Attorney or real estate professional for detailed information on inspection
Typically after signing a contract, and making sure your contract includes
an inspection clause, you have a limited number of days to have the home
inspector inspect the home and arrange tests to be preformed (septic and
water). A home inspector is often available within a few days so make arrangements
to accompany the inspector during his inspection. After the inspection,
you will receive a written report of the inspectors findings.
For More Information Contact:
Security Inspection Services
The Homebuyers Friend
Toll Free: 1-800-282-6583
P.O. Box 149 Drums, PA 18222
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Mission Statement
Security Inspection Services will not profit
in any manner from the sale of the home. Nor will we use the inspection
process to obtain repair or other related work. Our purpose is to provide
an unbiased, third party expert opinion of the Mechanical, Electrical and
Structural aspects of your prospective "new" home. We adhere to
the code of ethics and standard of practice of the National Association
of Home Inspectors (NAHI)