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Real estate inspections are an important factor of any pest control plan. As a real estate agent, you know how essential it is to make sure your sales go as smoothly as possible, and ensuring your property is pest-free plays a huge role in your success
The necessity of real estate inspections
If you are a real estate agent, it’s your responsibility to make sure the property you are listing is in tip-top shape. Not to mention, most home-buyers want to make sure the property they are investing in is pest-free. A professional pest control company such as Ehrlich Pest Control, formerly Connor’s can not only provide real estate inspections for
- Wood destroying insect (WDI) reports, or termite inspections
- Well tests
- Lead tests (required for most loans)
- Lead, nitrate, and nitrite tests (required for most FHA loans)
- Well chlorination
- Proactive home improvements
- Real estate contingency repairs
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WDI reports in real estate pest control
If you are buying, selling, or refinancing a home, it is always required to get a Wood Destroying Insect report. This WDI report is conducted by a licensed pest control company and used to document either the presence, absence, and possibility of wood-destroying insects in the property. These reports also often point out potential issues that may lead to future infestations, which is why it’s so important for homeowners and real estate agents to make sure they receive a thorough WDI report in the home buying or selling process.
Professional real estate inspections
Since our founding in 1978, Ehrlich Pest Control, formerly Connor’s has been providing exceptional residential and commercial pest control services. We are proud to work with the real estate community to ensure the home buying and selling process is smooth for agents and homeowners alike. For more information on our real estate inspections, give us a call today!
Real Estate Inspections in Virginia
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