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AmeriSpec

December 03, 2010 06:01 ET

Strengthen Your Real Estate Sale With a Quality Home Inspection

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 2, 2010) - Your property has been listed for months now -- and after some disappointment, some anxiety and lots of hope, you've finally found a prospective buyer. Now that you have a buyer, getting a home inspection will provide them with a transparent status of the home and give them the confidence to move forward with the purchase. Even when the real estate market is hot, you'll need to remain cool by investing in a professional home inspection that will help reinforce the potential home buyers' decision to buy a particular home or discover any defects that may change their mind. Either way, a certified home inspection is the best investment a homeowner can make to satisfy not only the homeowner and the purchaser, but the real estate agent, bank/mortgage provider and the lawyer involved in the sale.

A Home Inspection starts at the Front Door

The home inspection begins exactly where a prospective buyer would first enter your home; at the front door. A home inspection gives the buyer invaluable details about their major pending purchase by assessing the real estate – inside and out. A thorough home inspection reveals items requiring extensive repairs, general maintenance issues, as well as, fire and safety concerns. The advantages to having a professional home inspection will help, you, the homeowner, discover your home's strengths and allow ample time to fix its weaknesses. So by the time you're ready to sell, your home will be in tip-top shape. Get the reassurance that comes along with a home inspection. When the potential buyer knows the home they've got their eye on has been inspected, they are more likely to place their trust in the home's quality. An honest and friendly rapport between buyers and sellers can be achieved with a professional home inspection. Plus, having your home inspection prior to listing can mean a hassle-free negotiation process, and a better sale price. When a home inspection is being conducted, it's done on the homeowners' terms and performed by the home inspection company of the homeowners' choice.

Don't forget to inspect the Home Inspector

Always choose wisely when selecting a home inspection service. Choose a professional service that is experienced and certified. AmeriSpec, Canada's Leading Home Inspection Company, has been providing home inspection and home energy audit services for over 20 years. Whether you need a new home inspection for a newly built home, or want to bring the property up to market value, our highly trained and certified home inspectors can perform your home inspection. At AmeriSpec, our inspectors examine over 400 items in your home and place our findings in a detailed report. We want you to reap all the benefits of getting a professional home inspection so you can use the knowledge to make informed decisions about your property.

To learn more about home inspections, visit http://local-en.amerispec.ca.

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