At some point in your life, you may need to sell existing property
due to certain life events such as divorce, inheritance or relocation for work. Whether you are selling the property yourself, or working with a real estate agent you may be asked to complete a home inspection for the lender or potential buyer. The home inspection report serves as a device to market your home and assists in determining the appropriate market value.
Once the findings of your home inspection
have been completed, you will have the option to either repair the defects found or not. If defects are corrected, you will be able to request an updated inspection report which will reflect the new findings. You will want to save these with your important documents should the need arise in the future to demonstrate that repairs were made prior to the sale taking place.