Your home should be a sanctuary where you and your family thrive, where every nook and cranny hums in perfect unison, and lasts for generations. A home Energy Audit can help you reach to comfort needs.
The home inspection process can be nerve-wracking for both buyers and sellers. A home inspection can expose defects in a house that the current owner may not be aware of, yet it’s crucial to understand that there’s no such thing as a “pass” or “fail” when it comes to home inspections. Although some properties may have significant defects, potentially rendering them uninsurable or prompting buyers to reconsider their purchase, a poorly resulting home inspection does NOT render your house UNSELLABLE.
For Potential Home Sellers
So, you’re actively trying to sell your home, and you have an upcoming home inspection scheduled for your property. To show off your property in the best light, and help ensure no re-inspections or other stones get thrown into the gears of a smooth sale, it is important to anticipate the home inspection process and prepare accordingly. Understanding what to expect can help you prepare your property and ensure a smooth inspection experience. Here, Jo will outline five essential things that home sellers should expect during a home inspection, allowing you to be proactive and prepared.
Most homes these days have a dishwasher installed in the kitchen. Having a dishwasher in your home can be a true time-saver and a convenient addition to your daily routine. However, improper installation and usage can lead to frustrating issues and even costly repairs. Unfortunately, as a Home Inspector, Jo finds improperly installed dishwashers regularly during inspections. There are 5 major mistakes homeowners often make when installing and using their dishwasher. By learning about proper installation and regular routine maintenance, you can ensure smooth and efficient dishwasher operation while prolonging the unit’s lifespan.
Repairing or replacing a loose and leaking toilet can be a straightforward task with the right knowledge and approach. By following these steps, you can tackle toilet repairs efficiently and maintain a fully functional bathroom fixture saving $$$ on your water bill, and stress down the line.
If you’re planning to sell your home, a pre-listing home inspection is a valuable investment. It allows you to identify and address any issues in advance, boost buyer confidence, accurately price your property, gain negotiation power, and facilitate a smoother and faster transaction. As a homeowner and member of the growing real estate industry, Inspector Jo, highly recommends considering a pre-listing home inspection to maximize your chances of a quick successful sale.
So you’re in the market to buy a new house and you want to do your due diligence to ensure that the property is a quality investment. A home inspection is obviously the first place to start. What makes Chicago’s Inspector Jo Home Inspections different from the rest, other than being a female in a male dominated industry? Participation in InterNACHI’s® We’ll Buy Your Home Back Guaranteed Program, sets Jo apart from other inspection companies in the area, offering true peace of mind to her clients at no extra cost to them.
Hello, homeowners and potential sellers! If you’re considering putting your home on the market, you may be wondering how to streamline the selling process and maximize your property’s value. In this blog post, I, Inspector Jo, will explain why a pre-listing home inspection is a smart move for sellers. By understanding the benefits of a pre-listing inspection, you can gain a competitive edge in the market and increase your chances of a successful sale.