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We had Sean perform a pre-inspection when we listed our Townhome for sale so we could address any issues found and avoid surprises during buyer’s inspections. Sean came and spent a great deal of time going through our place from top to bottom, identifying several minor repairs required and one structural issue, which the strata repaired. We were very happy to have everything taken care of before listing, and the home was sold in one day. Our realtor was also very impressed with Sean and has referred several clients to him as well. Great job, Sean!
- Company Response
Hi Brent, I just want to let you know that I appreciate your positive recommendation. Selling a home can be difficult, even more so when there are potential problems that can hinder a sale. I'm glad that you were able to get everything worked out. All the best to you and your family, Sean.