Discover the Champion difference for yourself, take a look at some of the Past Clients & Real Estate Professionals reviews below and judge for yourself.

Seller’s Pre-Listing Inspection​

Sellers, Home Inspections have the power to send all parties back to the negotiation table. As such, some sellers are taking the precautionary step of having an inspection done before listing the home for sale. 

Some real estate professionals say that having a home inspection prior to listing can offer several benefits to the seller. 

     Sellers who have a home inspection upfront also can identify any major problems that could potentially derail a sale later on at the closing table. Any major repairs can be addressed beforehand. Doing repairs ahead of time might also be more cost-effective than having to pay a buyer's own licensed contractor do the work. Having a home inspection beforehand can also help sellers adjust their asking price if they aren’t willing to do certain repairs.

     The costs of repairs or the replacement of a roof can vary and could be a big-ticket item a seller may want to be aware of before they choose the price they are hoping to get for their home, Having a Pre-Inspections can be beneficial for a successful home sale, and also beneficial for a seller’s future budgeting plans.

- Benjamin & Jan Cetlin

Salt Lake City, UT June 2018

Buyer’s Pre-Purchase Inspection

Buyers, A home inspection is particularly important when purchasing a home. Buying a house is likely one of the largest purchases a person will ever make but few buyers are experienced in building construction, and overlooking a serious issue could result in a costly problem down the road. As a result many buyers choose to have a property inspection conducted prior to closing the sale.


     The inspection can identify any issues so the buyer can discuss these with the seller during negotiations, We understand that buying a home is a huge responsibility; it is also a huge opportunity.