Real Estate Agents
Welcome Real Estate Industry Professionals
Whether you are an agent or a broker, lender, appraiser, builder or real estate attorney, your customers often look to you for recommendations on who they should hire to conduct the home inspection.
Rely on ACSI as your qualified resource for professional home inspectors as well as for information on all the elements of a professional home inspection.
You can trust that ACSI inspectors will deliver exceptional service and expert technical knowledge, enabling your customers to make informed decisions about the sale or purchase of a home, thus helping you in your role as a trusted resource. After all, it’s your reputation that’s on the line.
As Licensed Residential and Commercial Contractors as well as a 203K consultant, Our inspectors can put things in perspective and provide you with tools that will help your buyer and seller both prepare for the inspection.
Take a moment and check out the common defects list in the buyers section or the sellers prep list. These tools can help set the expectations for all parties and help the transaction go smoother.
We also have put together a list of classes that we can teach for your office. Check out the list below and contact Judy Warga to schedule an office presentation.
Ways to Protect You & Your Agents
Some of the office topics available for your next meeting:
1. Who can legally fix this house?
Arizona Construction Requirements – is it illegal to build a house wrong?
What recourse do we have
2. Thermal Imaging – what it can and can’t do.
How it works to protect the client and the agent.
3. Construction Defect – pitfalls of non-disclosure
4. Can a 203K loan save this deal?
5. Tips & Tricks
Risks for Realtors
Keep out of Lawsuits
6. How to prevent the inspector from killing the deal
How to prepare the buyer for an inspection
Setting expectations can prevent the deal from falling through.
How to get a house ready for an inspection.
Keep the summary page to a minimum.
How to select a qualified home inspector
How to handle a bad inspection
7. Cause & Effect (of home improvements)