Pass Your Ottawa Home Inspection

When you’re selling your home, the last thing you want is to have an offer fall through because a home inspector finds problems with your property.

There are dozens of features and systems that a home inspector will scrutinize, from the foundation to the roof to everything in between. Smart home buyers have a pre-inspection done and have any issues fixed so that you can put your home on the market with confidence.

Download our latest home inspection report to identify the most common problems, and what you should know about them before you list your home for sale. Just fill in the form on the right >

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More About What Home Inspections Can Mean for Your Sale

Even new homes can fall short of requirements during a home inspection and cost money to repair. But few things will cost you more than not being able to sell your house when you need to.

If you know what kinds of issues home inspectors are looking for, you can take a look around your house yourself to get an idea of what kinds of issues may come up. The advantage of doing this is that you can identify a problem when it’s still small and there’s not much damage to the home. You’ll save yourself money by fixing the problem before it spreads.

For example, cracked parging on a foundation could be a minor issue if fixed right away. If it’s not assessed and repaired by a qualified professional, it could turn into a cracked foundation that means damage to your finished basement. There are lots of examples of things like this that can happen.

To help homesellers deal with this issue before their home is listed, we provide a free report entitled "11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home Inspection."

Save yourself some grief! Download our free home inspection report by filling in the form on the right of this page >

This is a no-cost, no-obligation service. We strive to provide this information in a timely manner so complete and accurate information is vital. Your information is held in the strictest confidence and will never be sold or given away (you can view our Privacy Policy here). Paul Rushforth Real Estate is a member of the Ottawa Real Estate Board, the Ontario Real Estate Association, and the Canadian Real Estate Association. We proudly adhere to their governing codes of conduct.

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