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The end of spring and the beginning of summer are the best times to put your home on the market. It is difficult to place a value on the memories you made in a house, and when it is time to set a number, you want to ensure potential buyers perceive that worth.
While mortgage rates sit at historic lows, not all bodes well for house hunters. Potential buyers nationwide face low housing inventory and subsequently high prices, leaving many to wonder how they’ll ever secure their dream homes. And, eager to avoid bidding wars with other hopefuls, buyers’ real estate agents suggest that their clients pursue an unconventional time and money-saver: preliminary buyer walk-throughs.
Unlike other ancillary services, drone inspection services are not a means of providing substantial additional income to your home inspection business. In fact, the inspectors we interviewed rarely charge for drone inspections, if they charge at all, and most of our interviewees use their drones during 15 percent of their home inspections or less.