What is an Anti-Tip Bracket and Why is it Important?
An Anti-Tip Bracket is one of the many items a home inspector looks for during a home inspection. In the state of Arizona, it is
Gain peace of mind during your real estate transaction when you hire Kei Home Inspections to perform your pre-listing home inspection.
From the desk of Kei,
Re: I want to present home sellers with all of the facts so that they can make informed decisions and have negotiating power during the sale of their home
“Homes that have a pre-listing inspection generally sell faster and have fewer inspection-related issues to negotiate, enabling a smoother transaction.”
Here’s the challenge you face. You want to get the most amount of money for your home while having a smooth and fast transaction.
However, when a laundry list of issues is found by the buyer’s home inspector during the sale, it can strip you of your negotiating power and cost you thousands of dollars.
Being prepared and fixing the issues that will net you the highest ROI prior to listing your property is a surefire way to get the upper hand when selling your home or investment property.
Luckily for you, Kei Home Inspections is here to uncover and bring to light any and all possible issues with the home prior to the listing. Utilizing our skill, detail, and experience, we’ll create a full-featured home inspection report complete with high-quality color photos, detailed information, and next actions for each and every line item.
The ASHI Certified Inspector (ACI) program promotes excellence within the home inspector profession as well as continual improvement of ACI’s services to the public. The ASHI certification program establishes a minimum and uniform standard of practice for home inspectors practicing in the United States and Canada.
Kei graduated from Washington State University and now lives in Phoenix, AZ.
Kei is a dedicated and certified home inspector, passing his National Home Inspector Exam with flying colors and obtaining his Arizona Board of Technical Registration Home Inspector License.
With a refreshing understanding of what home buyers and sellers need from their home inspection services, there’s no doubt he’ll be able to exceed your expectations.
Below are just a few notable certifications, memberships, and associations:
Prices are valid 1/01/2023 until 6/30/2023
* = Additional ‘Home Buyer’ fees may apply due to distance, detached buildings, homes over 20 years old and/or complexity of home.
Active military people’s service to our country and people over the age of 55 who have worked, mentored and raised the next generation of United States citizens deserve our thanks. Because of this, Kei Home Inspections believe all active military personnel and people over the age of 55 deserve a discount on their home inspection.
Senior Discount: $25.00 off or 10% off whichever is more. To qualify for the Senior Discount (55+), proof of age will need to be shown at time of payment.
Military Discount: $25.00 off or 10% off whichever is more. To qualify for the Military Discount, proof of being an active enlisted member in the US Military must be shown at time of payment.
We stand behind all of our home inspections with a 120-day warranty. Our warranty provides you with security, support, and savings by providing protection for your:
Learn More About Our Free 120-Warranty Included With All Of Our Home Inspections.
There are many benefits to getting a home inspection before putting the home on the market. Here are just a few of the benefits:
The bottom line, a pre-listing home inspection could possibly save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars!
If this is for a pre-listing home inspection that is being purchased by the Seller, then yes. The Seller is welcome to be present.
If the home inspection is for a buyer’s pre-purchase home inspection paid for by the Buyer, then the answer is usually no.
Yes. However, it puts the sale of the home in serious jeopardy if they do.
In most cases, the buyer. But there have been instances where the Buyer and Seller share the cost of the inspection if they both agree upon it.
If you’re doing a pre-listing home inspection, then the seller would be responsible for the home inspection costs as this inspection is completed before the house is put onto the market.
It costs the same as a Buyer’s home inspection. You can find our home inspection price table here.
It is a standard home inspection that is completed before the home is listed on the market. Please refer to the benefits of a pre-listing home inspection shown above on this page.
Please find our page on “How to Prepare For a Home Inspection” here to learn more about the process.
If the Seller has a pre-listing home inspection, they will get a walk around of the home after the conclusion of the inspection as well as a written summary of the inspection.
If the home inspection is purchased by the Buyer, the seller will not be involved in the walk around and not receive a copy of the inspection. The buyer’s agent will contact the seller’s agent regarding the results of the Inspection.
No, they do not.
A home inspection report should begin with a report summary. You should then read the entire home inspection report. Make notes regarding the findings of the home inspection. If there are any questions with the report, please feel free to contact the home inspector to answer those questions.
Diagnosing sewer problems can be incredibly difficult and costly. Our sewer line video inspection saves you time, hassle, and money. Our specialists run a video line through your sewer pipes, including the main sewer line and branch lines, to provide real-time, up-close images of any problems.
When should you have a sewer line video inspection? We recommend you have one if you’re experiencing frequent blockages, but also before any bathroom or kitchen remodel. A sewer inspection is even a good idea if your are buying a newly constructed home.
You can add a sewer scope inspection to any of our home inspection services.