This presentation is both my personal and professional opinion.
I am there to be part of a support group. I believe what I have to offer is an extensive construction background which was that of a journeyman carpenter doing both residential and commercial work, hands on and as a superintendent and project manager for more than 35 years. I also use a well rounded resource group of trades people and contractors.
I see myself as a member of a team, a support resource, a person who offers solutions to the construction problems you encounter. I am happy to help out whether or not I have done an inspection on that particular property or not. I’m looking for working relationships.
Houses have problems and when you shine a light on them they are often not that bad, and sometimes the solution can just make them evaporate. The vast majority of problems are better with a solution attached to them. Inspections are most often about maintenance, correcting something before it becomes a real problem. Houses need to be maintained on an ongoing basis. The new owner needs to pick up where the vendor left off, or catch what the vendor missed.
I think clients feel very grateful, more confident and comfortable in their purchase if they feel they have had a thorough inspection with the next steps on what they need to do to look after their new purchase. And if you are the one that helps them with that you just took a step up in their books, I have noticed that. If you think this approach would be helpful to your clients and maybe generate goodwill and more leads, I’d be happy for the opportunity to work with you.
Get in contact with us today and make your clients next home buying experience a great one!
More real estate professionals are encouraging - some are even requiring - prospective home buyers to invest in a certified home inspection before they complete the purchase of a property. In addition, there are an increasing number of real estate agents that suggesting pre-listing home inspections to prospective sellers.
The reasons for doing this are simple: Toronto Home inspections benefit both the seller,the buyer, and the real estate agent. They're a win-win-win for everyone involved in the home purchase transaction. Home buyers learn about the property early, so they can approach the sale with greater confidence and peace of mind. Sellers, especially those who’ve had a prelisting inspection, benefit from a faster sale with fewer surprises or compromises as the property closing approaches. And the real estate agent, closing attorney, and finance and insurance professionals benefit from quicker, more efficient real estate transactions with less chance for sudden and unpleasant (and sometimes costly) post-closing problems.
In addition to this, at Holley Home Inspections, there are a few other things we can do to make the realtors life easier. The include the following:
2. We jump when you say “jump”. We can respond quickly, at any hour of the day or night, to ensure that your transaction can move forward rapidly.
3. Turn reports around quickly - often the same-day. The faster we perform, the faster you close your deal.
4. Provide post-report support. With more than 30 years of experience in building and home renovation, we can help you and your clients decide how to deal with issues that might come up in the property being bought or sold. Our familiarity with the Ontario Building Codes, local subcontractors, and other resources makes us an invaluable resource in guiding you or your clients.
For the next inspection you or your clients may require, please consider us. You can reach us directly at the phone number above or by contacting us.