Featured Pre-Listing Inspection Reports

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  • Purchasing a Pre-listing Home Inspection Report is a way to learn more about the house prior to making an offer. The report MUST NOT be relied upon as the sole home-buying decision, of course.
  • If a pre-listing home inspection was performed it was for the benefit of the seller. An inspection report does not guarantee or warranty the condition of the house.
  • Any prospective buyer is strongly recommended to get a home inspection performed by a home inspector of their choosing.
  • Contact information is only received by the realtor and inspector associated with any report purchased. Inspect Montana does not and will not sell your data to third parties.

Why Get a Pre-listing Inspection?

Pre-listing inspections (sometimes referred to as sellers’ inspections) are becoming more popular because they virtually eliminate all the pitfalls and hassles associated with waiting to do the home inspection until a buyer is found.

Pre-listing home inspections are arranged and paid for by the seller, usually just before the home goes on the market.  The inspector works for the seller and generates a report for the seller.  The seller then may share the report with potential buyers. Buyers will eventually conduct an inspection of their own. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first.

Let’s talk about the advantages of pre-inspections for sellers, agents, and buyers.

Advantages to the Seller & RE Agent:

  • Minimize surprises & stay in control.
  • Speed up negotiations and avoid deal-breakers.
  • Sell your home faster at a better price.
  • Capture lead info every time your report is downloaded.
  • Get money back with every downloaded report.

Advantages to the Home Buyer:

  • An inspection is done & paid for by the seller.
  • Get a fuller picture of the home prior to making an offer.
  • Problems are corrected or acknowledged prior to making an offer on the home, smoothing negotiations.
  • Smoother and faster closings.

Contact us if you want to learn more about our pre-inspection reports.

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Are you a DIY-er that just wants to make sure you do get it right the first time?

  • We will work with you to get your project done right the first time.

Wanting to hire out some work but don’t know who should be trusted?

  • We will seek and evaluate bids, and provide oversight of contracted projects.

Have a project in Montana but you are not in Montana?

  • We provide timely progress photo reports of your projects.
Look for verifiable experience, AND certification (over merely an affiliation) with professional organizations like ICC (International Code Council), InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors), ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors), professional licenses, and the like. These require minimum standards that are verifiable, such as continuing education, testing, experience, etc.
Though a lot of mold will be obvious upon a visual inspection, not all is. Mold can hide behind and inside walls. Your Inspector may be equipped to test for mold if he or she detects its presence. This, like radon, may take a few days for lab results to come back. Any required remediation (clean-up) should be handled by a specialty company.
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Radon is worth investigating. Some very serious medical complications have been attributed to its presence in air, and even water, in some homes. Not sure? Wondering if a test is for you?

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We perform all environmental testing by EPA guidelines for the most accurate results possible. In this electronic age, it’s relatively fast and painless. Have more questions? Give us a call or email.

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