Real Estate Agents: You Need a Go-To 4 Point Inspection Provider

When you’re first getting started in real estate, who you know is as important as what you know. Many of an agent’s first sales will come from family members, friends, and friends-of-friends. People prefer to go with a name they trust, especially in the complex process of home buying.

As important as lead generation is, though, there’s another vital part to the network you need to start building: All the other professionals whose expertise goes into closing on a new home.

Want to make buying as quick and painless as possible for your clients?

If so, you need a “go-to” home inspector saved in your phone.

Getting Your 4 Point Home Inspection Faster Is Key To A Successful Close
A home inspection happens after a would-be buyer chooses a home. It’s often in the last leg of the loan origination process – actually receiving the loan is contingent on a successful inspection.

In this situation, time is of the essence.

Buyers don’t yet have the money in hand, but the loan package has already been generated by the lender. Most of the time, that gives them about two weeks to get through the rest of the steps in buying and sign on the dotted line.

Otherwise, interest rates or other details may change. A delay could cost buyers thousands of dollars – or even the house they really want.

Buyers don’t always understand why they need a 4 point inspection, especially since it’s one of the things they will typically pay for out of pocket. Having a name on file so you can move forward right away clears the path for them.

Pick any old name in your local area and you could find your transaction delayed as inspectors drag their feet – either on the initial inspection or on the written report.

And when something goes wrong, buyers often point fingers at their agent first.

A 4 Point Home Inspection Is Indispensable In The Modern Housing Market
Even if you’re in a situation where a lender does not require an inspection, it’s still a good idea.

A 4 point inspection is focused on the major systems within the home that present the biggest risk of serious problems or safety hazards. Insurers will sometimes review the inspection report as part of a decision to lower a homeowner’s premiums.

Getting an inspection done means your client can rest assured no major repair bills are in the future. If an inspector does find something serious, it gives the buyer tons of negotiating clout.

A 4 point inspection includes:

  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems (HVAC)
  • Plumbing and fixtures, including septic drain field if used
  • Electrical wiring, electrical control panels, and meters
  • Roofing system, including the roof itself and the attic

All of these systems are critical for the comfort and safety a new home needs to deliver. Even the HVAC, which may not be crucial in some areas, is absolutely essential here in Florida.

Super Inspection Pros Provides 4 Point Inspections Within 24 Hours
Our experience ensures that you and your clients can count on 24-hour turnaround.

That includes the complete inspection and delivery of the report. Our inspection report is fully formatted to meet the expectations of lenders and insurers. We know their procedures and requirements in detail.

Our expertise will reflect well on you. Contact us to find out more today.

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