Many recent homeowners:
- give little thought to maintaining their new home; and
- assume it will always be in the same good condition it was when they first moved in.
To help reduce liability, an inspector should give their client as much information as possible about how to maintain the home and look for issues after their purchase.
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Give one to your next client.
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Many inspectors offer Annual Home Maintenance Inspections to all of their clients. Read the following to learn how to market that service at http://www.nachi.org/marketing-annual-inspections-to-neighbors.htm
Be sure to send all of your clients, including past clients, a customized home maintenance newsletter. Using our tool, you choose what content will appear in the newsletter. The newsletter can be customized based upon the condition of the inspected home and your client.
For example, let’s say your client has a dog, children, and the house has GFCI problems and a deck issue.
After the home inspection, within a few minutes of using our newsletter tool, you can build a customized monthly newsletter that includes information about pets, child safety, GFCI-protection, and deck maintenance. Get the picture? The newsletter is totally customized to the inspected house and your client.
And better yet, the newsletter establishes a long-term, relevant relationship with all of your clients.
And even better still, the cost is zero. It’s free. Just another great membership benefit.
Try customizing a sample newsletter for yourself. Give it a try at http://www.nachi.org/homeowner-newsletter/.