Why Choose One Source Home Inspection?
What Do We Inspect?
A One Source Home Inspection includes many components of the home, including:
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Our state-of-the art report clearly outlines the inspection results and provides pictures and comments on hundreds of items throughout the home. We communicate the significance of each major and minor property concern. One Source carries errors and omissions (E&O) insurance
You have now found your dream home which is so exciting but also a bit scary. Whether you are a first time home buyer or upgrading or downsizing to fit your current family’s current needs, a professional home inspection is a must.
This is one of life’s defining moments. You are very excited because you are already visualizing life in your new home. At this point, you are probably getting anxious because you’re wondering about the condition of the home you are planning to buy.
As a certified inspector, I can assure you there are very few houses that have no issues. You just want to know what the true condition is so you can negotiate a good deal and before you own the problems.
One Source Home Inspection helps you learn about the home you are buying, gives you the confidence to address potential problems and concerns, and delivers peace of mind about your new investment with a report that includes 300 to 400 checkpoints, complete with pictures and comments.
Potential Deal Breakers That Can Threaten the Sale of Your Home
You probably think your home is in tip top shape? Don’t be so sure!! There are many unexpected pitfalls a certified home inspector can uncover that are enough to make prospective buyers run for the hills. Some issues are actually hidden from view, while others sellers simply miss. People who live in a house for many years often overlook the defects, whether known or unknown. In some cases, they are not trying to hide them; they just don’t notice them anymore and have become nose blind to the problems.
One Source Home Inspection can help a seller catch these problems before it’s too late BEFORE putting your home on the market. A pre-inspection can SAVE you thousands of dollars and gives the seller sufficient time to obtain estimates and schedule repairs that are needed. Dealing with problems in the final hours of contract negotiation will end up costing you more in buyer’s credits than if you had repaired things yourself.
The National Association of Realtors also agrees that a home that is listed as “pre-inspected”, it usually provides a marketing advantage to sellers. When a prospective buyer is given a sense of security knowing that major problems have already been addressed and won’t cost them a fortune, the buyer is more confident in their real world offer and lessens the stress for all parties during the contract negotiation process.