SAVE MORE MONEY BY HIRING THE BEST DENVER HOME INSPECTION COMPANY
Brothers home inspectors commonly identify issues that result in $3,000 or more in Seller concessions.
NEEDS A NEW FURNACE
$3,500 – $6,000
RECALLED ELECTRICAL PANEL
$3,000 – $5,000
NEEDS A NEW ROOF
$10,000 – $25,000
$5,000 – $10,000
NEEDS A NEW AIR CONDITIONER
$4,500 – $8,000
$6,000 – $10,000
$2,000 – $3,000
FAILING WATER HEATER
$1,800 – $3,000
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We’ll help you avoid expensive surprises.
HOME INSPECTION FAQ’S
If you are in the process of buying a home, a home inspection can often save you thousands of dollars on the final purchase price, and even more on unexpected repairs in the future. An experienced home inspector can identify issues with a home’s
foundation, exterior. roof, hvac, plumbing, and electrical systems that should be repaired (or replaced) by the seller… if concessions for those issues have not already been factored into the price of the home. The information regarding any issues found in your home inspection report gives you the leverage you need to negotiate concessions that result in a truly fair purchase price for your home.
Even if your inspector finds a significant issue with the house, keep in mind that anything can be fixed. It’s just a matter of how
much it will cost to repair, and the seller’s willingness to negotiate a concession on the price of the house so you aren’t stuck with the bill. The inspection report is designed to make you aware of issues (or potential issues), so you aren’t blindsided by expensive repairs after you move in. If your inspector does find areas of concern with the house, that does not mean that you are making a mistake if you decide to buy it anyway. Your inspection report gives you the leverage you need to protect yourself financially, and make a well-informed home buying decision.
Our goal is to have your inspection report to you the same day. When the timing or complexity of your inspection requires us to finalize the report in the evening, you can expect to have your report no later than 24 hours after the inspection is completed.
Yes. You can finance your home inspection with (same as cash) interest-free financing for up to 6 months from Affirm with approved credit.
The cost of a typical home inspection in Denver depends on factors such as:
• the square footage of the home you are buying
• the inspection package you choose
• how qualified the inspector is
• how seriously the inspector takes his or her obligation
to protect your interests
Click here to see a more detailed explanation of how
much you should expect your home inspection to cost.
WHY DENVER REALTORS LOVE BROTHERS HOME INSPECTIONS
Because we take the stress and hassle out of the home inspection process.
Our Inspection Process Is Organized
When your clients hire us to perform their home inspection, our Concierge team will handle everything for you. We will coordinate scheduling with the seller (or their Realtor), and both you and your clients will receive email and text updates.
We Communicate Quickly & Efficiently
Our inspectors take their time during an inspection, but we produce our reports quickly. You won’t have wait around, or call our office to find out when your report will be ready. You and your clients will both receive the report via email, and a text letting you know that it’s in your Inbox. We’re always available to discuss any questions or concerns about anything related to your home inspection report. We’re happy to help provide context to the information in your report.
AN OVERVIEW OF HOME INSPECTIONS
Your Brothers’ home inspector will conduct a visual examination of the structure from the foundation to the roof, including all the
major systems (and their components) to identify any areas of concern. You can rely on your inspector to identify the most important
issues that you should consider as you decide how to move forward in the home buying process.
Your home inspector will be happy to answer any questions you may have during the inspection, and will always be available to
answer any questions that come up after the inspection.