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A pre-listing inspection is a report that details the condition of a property and can be very helpful in uncovering any concerns that might disrupt a sale. These inspections can help real estate agents and homeowners prepare for a great showing and can lead to faster, smoother closings.
As a company that specializes in water, mold, environmental, and foundation solutions, FreshCo is uniquely qualified to perform pre-listing inspections. Unlike traditional home inspectors, our expert team can identify and address any water or foundation issues, providing you with a comprehensive report that will help you sell your house quickly and with confidence.
These pre-sale inspections will help eliminate any surprises that could be found by the buyer’s inspector, which could significantly slow down the entire process. At FreshCo, our expert team is prepared to give you the information to help you sell your house as quickly as possible.
These inspections cover your entire home and all your major home systems, including:
When the pre-sale inspection is complete, you will receive a comprehensive report with all the information you need to make any repairs if needed, and then confidently sell your home.
Do you suspect mold?
If you suspect you have mold in your home, it’s important that you have a mold inspection and test from FreshCo to find out for sure. Many homeowners believe that mold is easy to spot. Though in some cases mold can be found in places like ceilings and walls or can be detected due to its musty odor, many times it is not visible to the eye.
Often, mold can be found underneath wallpaper and baseboards, behind walls, or may discolor drywall or plaster. It can even be found inside heating and cooling system ducts. A thorough inspection and mold test is the best way to determine if your home has mold spores.
Every mold problem is different; not only the amount of mold but the types and materials that are affected are taken into account. That is why an inspection is always necessary before we begin the work. Below is the process we take to ensure thorough results.