Before You Buy
When you’re buying a new home, the last thing you want is an incomplete evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the property you’re considering. Our experts can identify problems that past homeowners haven’t documented, and we can give you a clear understanding of problems you should address immediately, versus those that may require expensive repairs in the long run.
Additionally, if left unmonitored, contractors may cut corners in the construction of a new home. To ensure you aren’t taken advantage of, new home inspections are a crucial step in keeping contractors accountable for the quality of their work. These oversights can lead to structural deficiencies that can cause any number of hazards and repairs down the road. To-be homeowners typically receive slab, frame, and final inspections, each step ensuring that the final product is of the quality you expect for your new home.
Before You Sell
Selling a home is tricky. Pre-listing home inspections are a great way not only to give you a realistic picture of your property, but also give your realtor the tools to strategically negotiate with potential buyers. We can help you determine which problems will most significantly affect the value of your home and help you to prioritize what repairs to make.
How They Influence the Selling Process
By having your home inspected prior to listing, you are ensuring potential buyers that the house is not only well cared for and maintained, but also that you are a trustworthy seller. A buyer is most likely to see a pre-listing home inspection as your dedication to finding a fair price. Pre-listing inspections also give you the opportunity to make any value-improving repairs before selling the house. Your realtor will be able to show that your home is structurally sound, ensuring that you receive the highest possible offers for your home.
Why Home Inspections Are Necessary
The most important aspect of purchasing a new home is making sure that it is a safe investment, both currently and in regards to the future. Sellers will want to elicit a top dollar selling price for the home which they are selling. To counteract any lapses in attention to detail, inspections will document aspects of your potential purchase or sale from the quality of the craftsmanship to in-detectable indoor hazards such as the presence of radon or mold.
What We Do
Our business is to ensure that our clients are making the best possible decision when buying or selling a home. Our team will dedicate a meticulous attention to detail to reveal any and all potential risks when you are purchasing a new home; it is, in fact, among the most significant investments that you will ever make. Trust us to help you make that investment one that will last a lifetime.
The RAI Home Inspection team prides itself on conducting the highest possible quality of service in a manner that is both time and cost efficient. For more information on any of the services that we provide, we encourage you to contact us with any and all questions. We serve the Athens, Lawrenceville, Marietta, McDonough, Atlanta and Metro Atlanta areas, so if your new potential home is within our service area, we’d love to hear from you!
What Our Customers Say About Us
“Matt turned over every stone in this inspection. Nothing was missed. Great job done.”
– Albert K, Canton