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When buying or selling a home, a crucial step in the process is the home inspection. It’s a comprehensive examination of the property’s condition, conducted by a certified home inspector. However, what happens if problems are uncovered during this inspection? In this blog, we’ll explore the steps you can take if issues arise during a home inspection from Intellispect’s certified home inspectors in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Plano, Arlington, and Frisco, TX.


Buying a home is like a long journey. It’s exciting to consider a new place, a new adventure. At the same time, it’s wearing and stressful. You’ll visit several homes before settling on the one home that’s right for you. You’ll talk with real estate agents, and financial institutions, and spend plenty of time negotiating an offer, before, finally, the keys are in your hand and you’re ready to move in. As all this is going on, you’re thinking about where you’re going to be living, how beautiful the home is, and where you’re going to put the living room sofa.

Before you sign your final papers, one of the last steps in the process is the home inspection. Even if you are buying a new home, you should have the home inspected. Why? Because no home, not even a new one, is perfect, when you look at the home objectively. Through the inspection process, home buyers get a genuine picture of the home’s condition. The inspection picks up unseen or unexpected problems with the home like roof leaks or insufficient insulation that may not be readily obvious when you are viewing it with the...


While home inspections are valuable for home buyers, they can be just as valuable for home sellers. With a pre-listing inspection, the inspector can find unexpected problems before the home ever goes on the market. Knowing the issues beforehand can prevent deals from getting renegotiated or dropped altogether. The seller can make repairs based on the findings in the inspection report, and provide the report to potential buyers as an act of good faith. A pre-listing report serves as a marketing tool, and can be made available once the home is placed on the market.

When you choose INTELLISPECT PROPERTY INSPECTION GROUP for pre-listing home inspection services, we work with you every step of the way. Once the home has been inspected, we’ll write a detailed narrative report of our findings, and document areas of concern with photos. Moreover, we will provide you with copies of draft summaries that outline where repairs are needed. Once you make the repairs, you can attach receipts to the summaries acknowledging repairs have been made. We can then inspect the home again,...


INTELLISPECT PROPERTY INSPECTION GROUP has been in business since 2002. In that time we have inspected thousands of residential and commercial properties throughout the DFW Metroplex. We have the experience, knowledge, and skills to make a thorough investigation of a home. We stay up to date on building codes and standards, stay informed about currents in home construction, and understand how all the systems within the home interrelate. We understand, for instance, that inadequate insulation will affect how the home’s heating and cooling system runs and uses energy. We understand how leaks can remain hidden for months and create the kind of moisture build-up that leads to mold growth and structural damage.

Moreover, you can trust INTELLISPECT PROPERTY INSPECTION GROUP to provide you with a highly detailed narrative report. While regulations require all inspectors to provide a written report, the details supplied will vary from service to service. Some inspectors will just provide a handwritten report with check boxes indicating areas inspected, or they will provide you...