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Stand Out With a Smoother Home Inspection

real estate agent with clients in new home while inspection services are inspecting the kitchen

Bill Gabbard of the Bill Gabbard Group with Keller Williams Realty Associate Partners has been in the real estate game for over 20 years. During that time, Gabbard has guided hundreds of families through the home-buying process, and he knows that a home inspection is imperative when supporting clients with the largest financial purchase of their lives. To meet the home inspection needs of himself, his clients, and his team, Gabbard turns to HomeTeam Inspection Service.

“I need somebody that does a clean, accurate inspection,” explains Gabbard, who has worked with HomeTeam for the past six years. “Someone who stands behind what they say.” For Gabbard, that someone is his local HomeTeam owner Jon Helton.

Like Gabbard, HomeTeam has been in the business for over two decades. While the company offers the traditional whole-house inspection, they also provide a full suite of inspection services. They can assist with water assessments, mold testing, septic inspections, home air quality evaluations, lead testing, and more.

And if a client needs help in a specific arena—say, pest inspections or radon testing—HomeTeam connects them with a qualified local professional in no time with a simple phone call or digital reach-out.

HomeTeam’s arsenal of easy technology support helps them stand out from the competition. From fast online scheduling to professional text and email reminders and electronic reports with photos, HomeTeam’s tech tools streamline the inspection process, making things easier for both the agent and the client.

Not interested in the frills? No problem. While many of Gabbard’s teammates use HomeTeam’s unique technology services, Gabbard himself still enjoys the reliable method of calling on the phone. “I still like that personal touch, so I prefer to call.”

And unlike many other home inspection providers, HomeTeam helps educate agents to scout homes for potential concerns. In fact, Gabbard has HomeTeam come to the office to talk to his team of six and explain what common inspection concerns need to be looked for when listing or selling a house. “That way, we have an idea if there’s an issue before we get started,” says Gabbard.

From training to technology and superior service offerings, HomeTeam provides a unique home inspection advantage.

By Zoe Eisenberg, Real Estate Magazine