a.k.a the Due Diligence Inspection
In the state of North Carolina we have something unique called due diligence. This period is a home buyer's time to inspect the home for potential defects in order to negotiate with the seller to have all defects repaired before completing the purchase of the home.
This is the most common of all home inspections as it is done on both new construction and resale homes. Our inspectors, who are NC licensed and Internachi certified, will examine and report on all components of the home. We carefully observe and test all the following:
- Structural Components
- Roofing System
- Exterior Components
- Electrical System
- Heating and Cooling Systems
- Insulation and Ventilation
- Plumbing System
- Interior Components
- and more…
We will report and advise on each items condition and need for repair. We will also describe the installed systems for the buyers and help them with proper operation and location.
Our inspection process allows us time to carefully guide buyers through a tour of the house at the conclusion of the inspection, giving them the opportunity to ask questions. Note taking is not necessary as buyers will receive an extensive detailed report designed specifically to be easy to understand no matter what your level of knowledge.
All of our inspectors follow the INTERNACHI Standards of Practice.
We go beyond the recommended standards because we believe that buyers want to feel comfortable with their purchase. Realtors can feel confident that we are sensitive to what is truly important in an inspection so as not to burden the buyer with non-essential information.
Our goal is to protect your investment and ensure a smooth transaction for our clients.