What we Provide
HOME BUYER'S INSPECTION
The home buyer’s inspection is the most common inspection type. This inspection occurs after an offer has been made on a home and is accepted by the seller. After the offer has been accepted on the home, the buyer generally has five business days to get the home inspected. Before you move ahead with the purchase, it is vital to contact a licensed home inspector with Moebs Home Inspections, LLC to evaluate the condition of the property. The inspection is conducted with objectivity and the buyer will receive a digital report describing the visible deficiencies and/or conditions that may affect the function of the home.
SELLER'S INSPECTION (PRE-LISTING)
The seller’s inspection or pre-listing inspection is another common type of inspection. This inspection occurs before the seller of the home lists the property for sale. A seller’s inspection will help disclose any deficiencies found in the home’s physical structure, electrical, plumbing, heating or cooling systems. Should any serious problems be reported, sellers may then elect to have them repaired, replaced, or disclosed before marketing them to prospective buyers. The resulting physical and/or aesthetic improvements often greatly increase the home’s sales appeal.
NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION
A new construction inspection is performed after the home is completely constructed and before the final walk-through with the building contractor. Even new homes may have conditions that can be revealed by a licensed home inspector with Moebs Home Inspections, LLC. Once the inspection is completed, the buyer will receive a digital report describing the visible defects and/or conditions that may affect the function of the home. The buyer can then make a punch list of items for the building contractor to possibly correct.