• To know the real state of your future residential acquisition.
• To remove yourself from a transaction if a property has major deficiencies.
• To produce a revised price of your bid in the discovery of significant problems.
• Obtain suggestions for improvements and maintenance.
• To conduct a real estate transaction with confidence.
• Accelerate the sales process.
• Avoid excessive bargaining and sometimes even raise your price.
• Conduct yourself maintenance suggested before putting the property up for sale, and thus avoid scaring off potential future buyers work.
• Adequately inform the buyer about the condition of the property in order to reduce the risk of conflict after the sale of the property.