Newfoundland-Labrador Home Inspectors
The Newfoundland-Labrador home inspectors below have signed a “No Conflict of Interest Pledge”.
Newfoundland-Labrador home inspectors can help relieve home buying stress. This is done in part by providing factual information about the property conditions. Home inspectors welcome and encourage clients to be present at the inspection because the inspection process is an educational experience.
You spent a lot of time and effort looking for the perfect home. Shouldn’t you spend a few minutes to make sure your prospective home inspector is experienced, qualified, and working in your best interest?
As a prospective home buyer, you have the right to hire an inspector of your own choosing.
So why do some real estate agents try to influence your inspector choice? Because some real estate agents view a thorough, non-bias home inspection as a threat to their sales commission. If a real estate agent insists that you use one of their “recommended” or “approved” inspectors, you should contact your attorney.
Prospective home buyers must keep in mind that agents receive a commission from the property seller. The agents, therefore work in the best interest of their client, (the seller.) You’re the one paying the home inspector as the prospective home buyer. So that inspector should be working in your best interest.
It is the responsibility of the users of this site to check or verify the qualifications and experience of any Newfoundland-Labrador home inspectors listed or linked on this site before engaging their services.
It is understood and agreed that the Independent Home Inspectors Of North America is not an insurer. Membership on our website is not to be used as a Guarantee or Warranty, for the adequacy, performance or workmanship of any kind.
All users and members hereby release and exempt the Independent Home Inspectors Of North America and its director from any consequential damage, property damage or personal injury, loss of business, or any other damages of any kind.