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Honest report with photos.
San Diego, CA
John McCormack, CRS
Sorry we don't refer it could be considered conflict of interest. Good luck to you if you're good you'll be great.
someone who is thorough but not alarming ....
Bob Force (REALTOR®)
Mount Airy, MD
quality for price and easy to understand report. I always ask new inspectors for a sample report (names redacted of course) to be able to show clients what that inspectors report looks like.
Sadly, experience and a relationship. I think I had spoken to my home inspector for at least a year before I ever used him. Now he is my preferred. Same thing with my Lender. I talked with him for a year before I sent him any business and now he has as much as I can get to him.
Want to echo Barbara Tadaro above. - Thorough but not alarming and answers all the questions of my firsttime buyers.
Well I would want to know your experience as so many get in the business with no credibility. Being new, you probably need to offer a discount to get agents to try you. Once you do a good job a time or two, you will earn more business.
Someone that has the "big picture" when explaining the report.
Network and discuss your services.
I look for someone who is extremely thorough, relates to my clients well, and knows how to present the issues. Buyers can get overwhelmed when learning about problems and back out of deals. A good inspector knows how to frame it fo the home buyer.