As noted in Reuben Saltzman’s real estate blog for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, sellers should make the maximum effort to prepare their home for the fastest and easiest sales transaction. By obtaining a pre-listing home inspection, even if sellers do not make any of the recommended repairs or upgrades, you will be prepared. You will also know what your buyer’s home inspector will see.
Detailed Inspections You Can Trust
Since 1994, Alban Inspection’s clients and their realtors have used Alban home inspectors for their pre-listing home inspections, as well as various environmental inspection needs. A pre-listing Alban inspection begins and ends with the inspector, a highly trained, licensed and ASHI-certified professional with years of experience. An ASHI inspection is the finest home inspection available. The inspector’s objective is to effectively educate to your client and to you as the Realtor on behalf of the current owner in order to inform and reassure them as they face the uncertainties of trying to sell their home. An Alban Inspection gives you and your client peace of mind while preparing you for what’s ahead.
Knowledge is power. That’s why every Alban Inspection will evaluate, identify, and accurately report on the condition of every accessible area of the property. Alban inspectors are qualified to use infrared cameras, which are the latest diagnostic tool, and perform radon, mold and water testing at the time of the scheduled home inspection. You can breathe easy, knowing that you have the knowledge of the home improvements necessary to enhance the salability of the home.