Most Charlotte buyers don’t know what to expect from a Charlotte home inspection report. In this article, Spectora will define a few basics for home buyers and sellers and show you what a modern Charlotte home inspection report should look like.
A Charlotte home inspection is a necessary step in purchasing a new home during a real estate transaction. Most buyers don’t know what to expect from a Charlotte home inspection report or what’s included in a typical Charlotte home inspection.
We’ll define a few basics for home buyers and sellers and show you what a modern Charlotte home inspection report should look like.
WHAT IS A CHARLOTTE HOME INSPECTION REPORT?
A Charlotte home inspection report is a written document a Charlotte home inspector delivers to you after the home inspection is completed. It should include:
Images of issues needing attention
Descriptions of the issues and the potential impact
A summary to highlight the most important issues
An HTML and/or PDF version
WHAT DOES A SAMPLE CHARLOTTE HOME INSPECTION REPORT LOOK LIKE?
Many modern Charlotte home inspectors will deliver you a report in a digital and PDF format, that is viewable on a mobile device. The home inspection report should be highly visual and easy to navigate with a table of contents and summary.
See some top sample home inspection reports in HTML format.
See a sample home inspection report in PDF format.
Major issues and concerns should be easy to understand with annotations and descriptions.