We understand that your job as a Realtor can be rather stressful at times, and we want you to know we're here for you! 2022 was a bit of a rollercoaster, but 2023 promises to be much better.
Our FREE professional development series is meant to help you have a better understanding of the inspection process and common frustrations along the way, making your (and your client's) overall transaction smoother.
For your convenience, classes are offered via Zoom or in person at your office. A minimum of ten people is necessary. If there is a particular class you'd like to have covered, let us know.
Tony Escamilla is the founder of Villa Property Inspections and has 24 years of experience as an inspector. He has also been a licensed general contractor for 23 years and previously remodeled flip homes for investors.
Tony is also an ICC building construction inspector, the equivalent to your local municipal building inspector, and is a post-disaster inspector for the California Office of Emergency Operations (CALOES).
Home inspections and reports can sometime lead to elevated stress and problems. This class will cover ways you can avoid problems before, during and especially after the home inspection.
"Codes" can be confusing, frustrating and sometimes misunderstood. This class will cover the basic codes that realtors should know, whether representing the buyer or seller.
The home inspection process can be very stressful, especially with first-time homebuyers. Having a thorough understanding of the inspection process can make the transaction much smoother for everyone involved and result in less post-inspection problems.
Okay, so you have the inspection report. Now what? How can you get the most out of your inspection report to negotiate effectively and keep your transaction moving smoothly through the close of escrow.
Most home inspections will discover defects. Know ahead of time what potential problems may be uncovered and more importantly, knowing the difference between a small problem and a big problem can make the difference between closing escrow or canceling.
Commercial property inspections are different from residential inspections. Assessments can also be part of a commercial inspection. This class will cover what a commercial inspection is, and how you can leverage the inspection to your client's advantage.
Multifamily property inspections are different from single-family residential inspections. This class will cover what a multifamily property inspection is, and how you can leverage the inspection to your client's advantage.
A new California law starting on January 1, 2025, will require the inspection of all balconies in multifamily (3+ units) buildings in California. This class will review what is required and how it may affect your next multifamily transaction.
AB-38 requires a seller of real property located in a High or Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone (FHSZ) to provide the buyer with documentation that the property is in compliance with defensible space requirements. This class will review the requirements.
Ask for Code "SCOPE50"
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