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Home Inspectors and Realtors: Why Getting Along Is Good Business

Posted on: March 29th, 2012 | No Comments

If you’ve spent some time looking at options for home inspection, you’ve probably noticed that realtors and home inspectors don’t always see eye to eye. In fact, some realtors and inspectors verbally bash the “other side” when talking with a home buyer or seller.

 

We think there’s a better way to navigate the housing market. Our ultimate aim is to provide a service for the client that is not only valuable and helpful, but pleasant. Tearing down an industry that may sometimes conflict with your interests creates a negative atmosphere – and it doesn’t give your client a reason to trust you. Create a relationship built on positives instead by emphasizing the value you offer and the openness of your inspection process!

 

In many cases, a home inspector and a realtor have goals in common. They both want the client to be able to sell or buy a house that will keep them happy for years to come. Giving the buyer/seller a sense of security and safety is also a shared goal. Realtors and home inspectors can work together to deliver these crucial services. The realtors know the ins and outs of mortgages, loans, and demographics, and can point you to the style of home you’re seeking. A home inspector understands the inner workings of that home and can ensure it is safe and cost-effective.

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Our home inspection company's history began in 1991 with the establishment of American Home Inspection. Over the course of the following seven years, a home inspection business prototype was developed that could be implemented anywhere in the United States. Our founders believed they had a unique methodology of providing homebuyers and sellers with consistent, professional and unbiased home inspections.

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