Bakerstreet did a pre-list home inspection for a house that I bought recently and knowing that the home had been inspected by a well respected company (my agent, who I trust implicitly, said that they have a good reputation, and I researched them online as well) gave me peace of mind. After looking at the inspection it gave me the confidence to submit an offer without a condition for a home inspection, which ultimately got me the house. What I really liked about the report was that the inspector told me what would need attention over the next 1-5 years, which will allow me to budget for things like removal of one string of knob & tube wiring, a new air conditioner and other smaller things. And when I called them about a few things in the report that were unclear to me, they called me back the same day and explained it to me.
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- What could this company do to improve their services?
- Any advice to offer fellow homeowners facing a similar project?