Why Inspected Houses?
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.
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.
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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.