The “Amendment to Address Concerns” report is used to develop a list of repairs for the home selling transaction and should be completed prior to closing on the property.
Buyers will want assurances that the repairs were completed properly according to industry standards and by licensed contractors. Repairs are often located on the roof, in the attic or in the electrical panel where buyers should not go. If repairs are performed by the home owner, a re-inspection is highly recommended.
Conley Home Inspections, LLC’s Inspection Reports explain in detail the home’s problems, defects and needed repairs to be performed by specific licensed contractors and permitted.
The Amendment to Address Concerns assures that:
- Work was performed by licensed professional contractors
- Receipts were provided that document the re-inspection service and proper licensing of contractors used
- Each item was inspected and photographed
A short re-inspection report with photos typically costs 1/4 – 1/3 of the home inspection cost depending on the number of items to re-inspect
Contact Conley Home Inspections, LLC for property re-inspection and certification of repairs.