REAL ESTATE TERMITE INSPECTION
Most lenders require a termite ‘clearance’ letter, and most buyers want to know the structure they purchase is free from infestation. Both lender and buyer are making a large investment and want to confirm the building involved is sound. An inspection from Central Termite and Pest Control helps you comply with full disclosure laws, and ensures there won’t be any surprises when escrow closes.
- Get an inspection prior to listing the property, so you can consider any work that needs to be completed and possibly adjust your listing price.
- Acknowledge any insect activity or damage, and have it addressed early to avoid any delays in closing escrow.
- Make sure that a WDI (wood-destroying insect) inspection is part of the escrow instructions, whether your lender requires it or not. It’s always in your best interest.
- Once you get the report, feel free to contact our inspector for any clarification needed. That’s our job, and we’re always happy to answer your termite questions.
For Real Estate Agents
- Discussions of any findings immediately following the inspection.
- Reports emailed whomever you choose.
- Specialized services for agents.
For Title Company
- Please send a Clearance Letter Request to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Requests must have seller and buyer names, a contact person with phone number (for property access.)
- In order to get inspections and paperwork more quickly, please let us know if the home is vacant, or has a code for access.
- Closing date and/or Need By date.