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Why Inspected Houses?

Inspected Houses offers buyers and sellers a service sorely missing from the typical real estate transaction, information on the condition of a property prior to negotiating a purchase.

InspectedHouses.com was created by Home Inspectors from all over the country who believe in working with Real Estate Agents and Sellers to end the anger, anxiety, and frustration which is often associated with the home buying and selling process.

Currently, houses are put on the market, offers are accepted, and then inspections are performed for the buyer.  Upon inspection deficiencies are discovered and then buyers and sellers negotiate repairs.  With this process, real estate transactions are typically negotiated twice, once on the price of the house and once for repairs.  This process always costs sellers and buyers money because they are blindsided with unexpected costs and unforeseen deficiencies.

Our Home Inspector and Agent Members understand that a change is needed to the home buying and selling process and our members are working hard to give sellers and buyers a great real estate experience

The members of this group believe in and promote the concept of Pre Listing Home Inspections and InspectedHouses.com will host Pre Listing Home Inspection Reports, provide Sellers with benefits that offset the cost of the home inspection, and we will give Buyers an opportunity to learn more about a house by seeing a home inspection report before they make an offer.

Inspectedhouses.com will host the contact information of Home Inspectors and Agents that use this platform, and we strongly encourage Buyers and Sellers to interview one of our members before buying or selling a house.

Pictured on our cover photo is Jerry Suarez, owner of Vital Home Inspections and Anibal Perez, a realtor with Bellamar Real Estate. Jerry and Anibal live and operate their businesses in Florida. When Home Inspectors and Realtors use the Pre-Listing Home Inspection Program it will give their mutual clients a great real estate experience and will end much of the anger, anxiety and frustration often associated with the home buying and selling experience.
Pictured on our cover photo is Jerry Suarez, owner of Vital Home Inspections and Anibal Perez, a realtor with Bellamar Real Estate. Jerry and Anibal live and operate their businesses in Florida. When Home Inspectors and Realtors use the Pre-Listing Home Inspection Program it will give their mutual clients a great real estate experience and will end much of the anger, anxiety and frustration often associated with the home buying and selling experience.

Inspected Houses offers benefits to all parties in the home buying and selling process.

Home Inspectors

  • Pre-Listing Inspections will increase the number of inspection opportunities.

  • Home Inspectors receive potential buyers leads with a CRM tool to manage all opportunities.

  • This Program gives Inspectors a tool to convince agents that Pre Listing Home Inspections are good for everyone involved in the home buying and selling process.

Real Estate Agents

  • Agent Members will receive FREE LEADS which will typically include the name, phone number, email address, and if the Potential Buyer is working with another agent.  

  • Realtors that are using the Pre Listing Program have a tool to get more “care-free” listings, get more buyers, sell houses faster, have happier clients, and are increasing their chances of getting both sides of the transaction.

Home Buyers

  • Buyers do not have to worry about spending weeks or months looking for houses, getting an accepted offer, and then have an unforeseen issue found during the Home Inspection process kill the deal.

  • Purchasing a Home Inspection report will allow Buyers to know about some deficiencies before they make an offer on the house and then they can price their offer accordingly.

Home Sellers

  • Home sellers know the true condition of their home prior to accepting an offer, and this allows the home seller to plan accordingly and puts them in a position of strength during the negotiation.

  • Sellers have an opportunity to post the Pre Listing Home Inspection report, offer it for sale, and recover some of the money spent on the Pre Listing Home Inspection.