The hardest part of home inspections for realtors is scheduling them! Instead of having to keep up a constant back-and-forth between your buyers, the sellers, and your inspector, you can just find the times that work for you and schedule. With District Home Pro, you can book your appointment directly on our website. When you schedule your time we’ll be there!
District Home Pro also understands that your time is valuable, and several hours at a home inspection can mean lost time! Our approach is to complete our analysis before the buyer arrives, which gives you that time back! As a GCAAR affiliate, we have SENTRILOCK access and can enter the property to complete our analysis of the home on our own.
The District Home Pro approach is designed to help your buyers understand the decision that they are making, and we focus on not intimidating your clients with long lists of problems. Unvarnished information about problems in complex home systems can overwhelm even experienced buyers. We focus on helping your clients see that solutions are achievable in every home.
We have access to SENTRILOCK as an affiliate member of GCAAR.
The language that we use when writing reports is important to you since it is where you start when you write your home inspection contingency addendum. At District Home Pro, we focus on writing so that you can copy-and-paste our clear and explicit recommendations into your GCAAR forms. No need to act as a translator when you negotiate the terms of the transaction!
Our home inspections vary depending on the stage of the home sale. Whether your clients are about to make an offer, have a home under contract, are about to close on the sale, we conduct inspections tailored to the transaction process. We also conduct inspections specific to property investments, revealing information to consider when thinking of purchasing property for an investment.
Please see our service page for a complete list of the inspections we perform.
As with all of our inspections and assessments, we examine these parts of your home: