Get a Free Housefax Report if you are being represented by our agency when buying a property.
Show During Open Houses
Provide a Housefax Report during an open house to build confidence with potential buyers and buyer’s agents to help sell your house faster.
Certify Your Home
With House Facts Home-Selling Team and a clean comprehensive Housefax Report we can certify your home and market your home as such. Potential buyers will receive a full detailed report showing no issues. Knowing your home is certified will drive demand and allow you to get top dollar. A certified home may also eliminate problematic and unknown issues during the buyers inspection period which means no more wasted time off market and less re-negotiating efforts by the buyer.
Get the facts BEFORE you make one of the biggest financial decisions of your lifetime. Housefax performs a nationwide search of millions of property records and instantly puts them together into a thorough report that gives you the valuable information you need.
Be Aware of Potential Problems
A Housefax Property Report makes you aware of natural risks such as flood zone proximity, and draws attention to possible issues like lead-based paint and harmful asbestos based on the year built.
Negotiate a Better Deal
Housefax Reports contain reported incidents plus nearby sales information that help you make an informed decision, potentially saving you money.
You must notify House Facts Home-Selling Team in writing that you want a Housefax Report either before you make an offer on a property or within your inspection period in order for House Facts Realty to run and acquire a report. House Facts Home-Selling Team will not automatically pull any reports unless we are given prior written notice from our client(s). These reports are acquired through third party vendors who gather information from multiple public record sources. House Facts Realty will not assume responsibility or be held liable for the accuracy and/or information contained within these reports. House Facts Home-Selling Team still recommends that each consumer do their own due diligence and speak to property neighbors before they decide to move forward with the purchase of that said property.