Real Estate Agents
Selling a home requires a great number of different people from various backgrounds to come together for a single purpose. Real estate agents may act as the main face of a sell, but behind that agent stands a whole community of people. One field of expertise that can greatly help a realtor get a house sold is a home inspector.
A home inspector can work hand-in-hand with a real estate agent in order to help buyers receive the best-rounded view of their potential new home. A real estate agent may have facts about the home on hand but what hides behind walls, on the roof, of below the foundation can be a completely different story. A home inspector can find out any issues with the home before a deal closes which gives the agent more leverage in a situation as well as a greater sense of trust from the buyer. An honest agent with all the facts going in is much more appealing.
During the home inspection, an agent may also have questions concerning previous repairs or obvious issues with the home. While a buyer may still be interested despite the apparent issues, a reliable home inspector can give a valuable overview so an agent can fully explain the extent of the repairs to give a buyer the complete breakdown before an offer is made.
With a trustworthy home inspector and real estate agent working together, buyers can have peace of mind in knowing exactly what they are buying into.