A buyer’s inspection will not kill your deal, or your money back.
By showing buyers the condition of your home before they make an offer, you’re virtually eliminating the chance of a buyer’s inspection killing the deal. There might be small differences between the two reports, but nothing big enough (>$1,000) to shock a buyer and make them back out.
But just in case you don’t believe that, we offer a money back guarantee.
How to Claim a Refund
Since deals get killed for other reasons, such as appraisals, financing, etc., we’ll need to be certain that your misfortune was inspection-specific. For a full refund of your Clear House inspection fee, the following conditions must be met:
Documentation you must provide
- The buyer purchased a copy of your report through ClearHouse.net, BEFORE they made an offer.
- The buyer made an offer, and you accepted it.
- The buyer hired their own inspector, and the inspector found at least one major property deficiency (valued at $1,000 or more) not included in the Clear House report.
- Damage that occurs after the Clear House inspection due to natural disasters or theft/vandalism does not count.
- The buyer’s inspection must have occurred within one year of the Clear House inspection.
- The buyer backed out of the deal due specifically to one or more of the major deficiencies not included in the Clear House report.
- Copies of all offers and counter offers, which illustrate disagreement over the deficiencies not included in the Clear House report.
- Copy of inspection report purchased by the buyer.