No. You are free to use any real estate brokerage you like. With LystHouse, you get full service and pay only 1% to sell. If you buy your new home with them you can sell for free, thus saving you even more.
Most inspectors have a trained eye and can spot small clues that seem insignificant on their own but together show the signs of something bigger. They use a flashlight and/or scope with a camera to peer into often missed or hard to access nooks and crannies.
A "Move In Certified Inspection" can only be performed by a highly qualified inspector that has earned the CPI title from InterNACHI. The inspection can alert you to hidden problems or indications of issues worth being concerned about. You then have the opportunity to address any concerns found so that you are not caught at the last minute trying yo accommodate the buyer after an inspection is done on their part. For that reason, the buyer will know that "A Move In Certified Inspection" is the ultimate gesture in forthrightness on your part.
Initially our inspector will perform an inspection that is more of a property assesment inspection to make sure we are looking at all of the repairs needed so we don't run into any surprises along the way. This will take about an hour, maybe two depending on the size of your house and the condition. Then, once repairs have been made, we will have an inspector do a more thorough inspection to certify your house as "Move In Certified" This will take anywhere from 1 1/2 - 3 hours in most cases. Both of the inspection listed above are at no cost to you!
No, FlypHouse covers the cost of all repairs and updates needed unless the problem or repair is so extensive that the cost of repair would not leave any room to sell your house for the amount promised.
No, you do not have to be present if you do not want to be and we do not need anything ahead of time from you. If you want to gather and leave the receipts for any major repairs for the inspector to look through it can certainly save some time but is not necessary.
Yes you can if you wish, we just ask that you don't bombard the inspector with too many questions that will distract them from catching any problems. We suggest taking a notepad and making notes and ask the questions afterwards or when the inspector is not walking their inspection.
No buyer has to have a home inspection , but smart buyers will have one performed by their own inspector. You can sit back and relax when this is the case because you know they will have a hard time finding anything you have not already disclosed.
It will cover major systems of the house as well as the drainage and grading of the property and any detached buildings. The major systems are: Structure, Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing. The home inspector will also be looking for any defects that are cosmetic but could possibly effect the sale of your home.
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