What type of repairs do you do?
We repair from roof to foundation and everything in between. We take care of structural, plumbing, electric, HVAC, tile, roofing, wood rot, crawl space, etc… One call to us takes care of the whole inspection list!
Do you do repairs that are not related to real estate transactions?
Yes, with over eighteen years in business, we have developed a devoted group of clients who refer to us for all of their home repairs. From leaking faucets to roof repairs, we do it all!
How do you get paid?
For pre-closing repairs, we offer the option for the seller to pay for repairs out of the proceeds of the sale through the closing attorney. This way, sellers do not have to pay any out of pocket pre-closing expenses. If the repairs are not related to a real estate transaction, we expect payment in full upon completion of work. In some cases, a deposit is required. We prefer accepting checks over credit cards in order to save our clients the 3.5% processing fee associated with merchant accounts. This helps to limit the cost of repairs.
So how do I get Real Estate Repairs to do the inspection repair work before my next closing?
Call us and we will promptly set an appointment to do a thorough evaluation and cost assessment of the inspection findings. We will then prepare an itemized proposal and upon acceptance, we will schedule the work. We can e-mail all paperwork so it can be forwarded to the closing attorney. Remember, we can take care of everything on the inspection list, CL-100, or repair addendum. There are a hundred things that can go wrong with a house. At Real Estate Repairs, we give you a hundred less things to worry about.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are. Most repair addendums, home inspections, and CL-100 letters recommend repairs or further evaluations be performed by a licensed contractor. We hold SC General Contractor’s License # G116226 and SC Home Builder’s License #10845. We carry General Liability and each of our employees are covered under Worker’s Compensation.