Thursday, November 17, 2005

Purchasing a home?

Locating any defects now is crucial because buying that home does not give you a money-back guarantee a buyer receives with most purchases. There's no return policy if you're not satisfied with your recently purchased home. Once you buy a home, you're on your own to maintain it, repair it, anticipate problems and pay all the bills. This is why it's best to know as much as you can about potential problems now, before you make the big commitment to buy.

I know you have a lot going through your mind right now, as any home buying process can be quite nerve racking. Relax, allow me to give you peace of mind and help you remove the risks and anxiety of making one of the biggest investment decisions in your life. I'll make your home buying process a lot less stressful by keeping you well informed of the present conditions of your prospective home. Not only am I focused on protecting your best interests, but in providing you with expert and competent information about your new future home.

I will provide you with a quality independent perspective on the condition of the home you have chosen. Your home inspection will be an information gathering process that is intended to provide you with a better understanding of the existing property conditions. You and I will be there to learn as much as possible about the condition of the property and to jointly engage in the discovery process.

As your Inspector, I will perform a detailed comprehensive visual inspection to assess the condition of the house and all of its systems. I'll help you define the maintenance required to catch little problems before they turn into expensive situations. I will review your house as a system, looking at how one component of the house might affect the operability or lifespan of another. I will determine the components that are not performing properly as well as items that are beyond their useful life or are considered unsafe. I will also identify areas where repairs may be needed or where there may have been problems in the past.

I highly recommend that you attend your home inspection. There are several reasons why it's important for you to be there. Your home inspection will provide you the opportunity to slowly and methodically view and consider the object of your investment. During the inspection, you will have hours to voice questions and concerns as you evaluate your prospective purchase and it will be a vast learning experience for you. I'll show you how the systems work and how to properly maintain them. I'll be able to educate you about an overall good home maintenance plan, so that you will learn how to preserve your investment.

Before you invest hundreds of thousands of dollars on a home, be sure you hire a Certified Home Inspector to confirm that your chosen home does not contain major defects that could cost you thousands of dollars after you move in. Massachusetts Certified Home Inspections, LLC can reduce the risk of any major surprises that may happen after you take ownership of your new home. Call me today at 978-683-4984.
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