Carson Dunlop's Home Buyer's Inspections Enhanced Package to Include HomeVerified Report
TORONTO, Nov. 19, 2013 /CNW/ - Carson Dunlop announced today a new addition to their Home Buyer's Inspection enhanced package. Carson Dunlop offers two packages for Home Buyer's Inspections: classic and enhanced. The enhanced package will now include a HomeVerified Home History Report, in addition to a Thermal Imaging Inspection and a comprehensive analysis of the home. The HomeVerified Home History Reports provides information on: grow house and meth lab records for the area, local school rankings, neighborhood amenities, and political representation.
"Education is very important when making this type of major investment and we recognize that there are a lot of facets to consider," commented Alan Carson, President of Carson Dunlop. "We are thrilled to be working with HomeVerified, and to be able to offer those buying a house more information than ever before."
Carson Dunlop's Home Buyer's Inspection enhanced package consists of:
- A summary page with key findings
- Improvement recommendations for conditions (with time frames and cost estimates)
- Photos and color illustrations for clarity
- A Home Reference Book to help understand how your home works
- A check for manufacturer recalls on appliances through RecallChek
- Free enrollment in the Carson Dunlop Homeowners Association
- A Thermal Imaging Inspection to help identify hidden moisture issues and leakage
- A HomeVerified Home History Report
To learn more about Carson Dunlop's Home Buyer's Inspections please visit the Carson Dunlop website and view their Home Inspection packages.
About Carson Dunlop
Carson Dunlop & Associates Ltd. has been a leading Consulting Engineering Firm devoted to building inspection since 1978. They are one of the largest independent Home Inspection companies in North America that leverages their extensive technical knowledge across six integrated business lines - Home Inspection, Commercial Inspection, Horizon Software, Home Reference Book, Home Inspector Training and Continuing Education.
SOURCE: Carson Dunlop
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