Smart Way Inspection Approach
Reducing Inspection costs and risks for Buyers/Investors, Sellers & Homeowners
Buyers/Investors: Many of our buying clients indicated they were on their second or third property because the deals on previous properties they looked at, fell through.
Whatever the reason, they had laid out $300 to $500 of inspection cost each time. Don't let this happen to you!
With the Informed Inspection, Smart Way approach, you pay for, and do a Walk Through.
If you like what you see, go ahead with your purchase. If you don't need a report,
you're done. If you do need a report, Informed Inspection will generate the full report and you pay the balance of the full inspection fee and receive your report.
If you don't like what you see, move on, and you are only out the walk through cost.
Compare: You are looking for a 3 bedroom 2 bath - 2200 square foot home, and
let's assume you need a report on the property you buy:
(Note: Informed Inspection inspection non-discounted price is $340 for this size home
and our non-discounted walk through cost is $149).
Buy the first property you see your inspection cost is $340.
the second property, your cost is $489 not $680. saved $191
the third property, your cost is $638 not $1020. saved $382
As an added incentive to use my Smart Way Approach
you will also get a 30% discount on Wind Mitigation and 4 Point reports.
And don't forget, Informed inspection offers Heroes discounts (-15%),
so your total inspection costs could be even lower.
Sellers : Many of our Sellers had lost several potential buyers and had lost valuable time and money trying to sell the property. Using the Walk Through portion
of the Smart Way approach, sellers can reduce the risk of having their
sale fall through because of unaddressed issues that will concern a buyer.
The Walk Through cost is about 1/2 that of a full inspection.
Being proactive, you can research lower cost alternatives of dealing with issues
and you have time to secure multiple bids that can lower costs further.
If your contract is an "as is" deal, you are not obligated to remediate, but the buyer
is faced with minimal time to determine the costs of creating a satisfactory solution.
Your buyer is more likely to back out. You have lost a buyer and time.
Homeowners: OK ... you are not thinking of selling but you would like to spend your maintenance $$$ wisely. You might even wish to get some guidance from a professional to help you decide what you should you do now, or what can wait. The idea being to make the most of your maintenance $$$. Smart Way offers you a way to get low cost professional advice while making the most of your maintenance $$$.
Be Smart . Use the Smart Way inspection approach !
So what are you waiting for...schedule your inspection now.