Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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Got an inspection today from someone that found me thru my website. Called the Agency handling the property and set it all up.
Just got a call from the realtor (one of the largest in my area, and I haven’t gotten in with them yet but have been trying).
Realtor said "haven’t ever read one of your reports before, but just wanted to “warn” you about the home, and that it’s older, windows are older, elect service is older, etc. etc. and that she “hoped” I’d take that into account when doing my report. She said “most HI’s tell their clients that they will run into problems because the home is so old and it should be expected, and that she priced the home to reflect the problems in the home due to age”.
At the end of the conversation she said that she looked forward to seeing the kind of report I write.
What do you think? Sounds like she politely wanted to let me know that my report better reflect the age of the home or I won't be getting referrals from them.