How Does The Certified Move In Ready Program Work?
Certified Move-In-Ready Homes have been thoroughly inspected. It underwent a 500+ Point Thorough Examination Of The Home. It Includes Structural, Mechanical, Roof, Electrical, Plumbing, Major Appliances, Heat, and A/C.
Certified Move-In-Ready does not mean that the home is perfect or that all repairs have been made. It simply means the home has already undergone a vigorous inspection and there are no big surprises to be found. A written report has been finalized and includes documentation of any areas of concerns.
The written report and a narrative video are posted here and ready for you to view. Clear and concise with digital photos of each room and any concerns noted. The video review, narrated by the inspector, provides verbal and visual clarity and is also provided here.
Great job by Brent! Gave us confidence in the home we are purchasing. He took his time and was very thorough. I highly recommend this company. – Review of Midlands Home Inspections By Frank Tinney
If any areas of concern have been corrected, a follow-up photo may also be in the report to reflect appropriate improvements or the owner may have repair receipts from local tradesmen. Areas of concern that haven’t been corrected may also contain repair estimates provided by the seller. Please contact the listing agent for further information on any of the properties.
If the Sellers Are Paying For The Home Inspection. How Do I Know That I’m Viewing A Fair Home Inspection Report?
Good Question! Midlands Home Inspections applies the same standards of inspections for sellers as we do for buyers. Regardless of who hires us, the outcome will be the same. We will not sugar-coat our findings for sellers any more than we will exaggerate our findings for buyers. FAIR AND UNBIASED INSPECTIONS ARE ALWAYS OUR POLICY!