Communicating the Home Inspection -
A home inspection report is no good if it doesn’t communicate to the client what the inspector intends. To do this, it has to be unambiguous, easily understandable, and clearly convey the urgency of an issue. I will address:
• How something can be unambiguous and still be hard to understand
• How something can be easily understandable but ambiguous
• How overly complex or ambiguous language can weaken an inspection report
• How not being specific enough with recommendations in a report downplays urgency of serious issues and magnifies minor ones
• The importance of context, framing, and communicating scope
• The paradox that despite the above, the standards “bake in” some ambiguity - does this serve the client?
My hope is that you come away from the course with a better tools to help your client understand their report.
Instructor/Sponsored by: Andrew Merriweather from Clever Inspections.
Go to greaterbergenrealtors.com to register.