Buyers: Repair Estimate Report

Once you find the right house and have your home inspection, you don’t time to waste in deciding whether to move forward with the purchase.

What did the home inspection find? How much will repairs cost?

Cost of repairs factor into whether or not the house is going to work out for you. Plus, finding a licensed contractor to respond quickly with an estimate for repairs adds a new challenge, and the clock is ticking…

We can help, with our fast and easy Repair Estimate Report added service.

The Repair Estimate Report will show:
1) individual item repair estimate for each thing needing to be repaired;
2) whole home repair estimate to understand the total project; and
3) other potential costs to consider for each item listed in the home inspection.

Of course, the Repair Estimate Report is a good faith estimate of what a repair should cost based upon visually evident deficiencies which were identified within the home inspection report. There may be additional repairs needed due to hidden circumstances which were not visible at the time of the home inspection.

Now what?
You get the Repair Estimate Report. You see what needs to be repaired, and you see the estimate of how much each identified repair should cost.

Do you need help finding a licensed contractor to perform the work? We can also help you with that. We will offer you free referrals to background checked, verified, and qualified licensed repair professionals to do the work.

Need to schedule a buyer’s home inspection? Click here to schedule online, or call (916) 333-0540.

Please Note:
No home inspector is approved to make holes in walls, remove outlet coverings, or to alter any system of the house. We look at what can normally be seen without disturbing, destroying, or dismantling anything. The real estate inspection performed for clients is a survey and basic operation of the systems and components of a building, which can be reached, entered, or viewed without difficulty, moving obstructions, or requiring any action, which may result in damage to the property or personal injury to the Inspector. The purpose of the inspection is to provide the Client with information regarding the general condition of the building(s).

For a full list of systems to be inspected, exceptions, and definitions please review our Standards of Practice (SOP) documentation.