GUARDIAN SETTLEMENT SEMINAR FOR MAY
TO HIGHLIGHT VALUE OF HOME INSPECTIONS
For more information, contact
Drew Whipple at 856-985-9007
EVESHAM (April 23) – Steve Hunn and Mike Buckley from U.S. Inspect will be the featured speakers at the next “Guardian Hour of Power Lunch Seminar” to be held on Wednesday, May 8.
Hunn and Buckley will address the topic “How to Assure a Home Inspection Does Not Kill a Deal.” U.S. Inspect bills itself as the one-stop solution for home inspection needs, including tests for radon, termites and more. Hunn is the Philadelphia/South Jersey/Delaware region manager and Buckley is one of the company’s Building Consultants.
Sponsored by Guardian Settlement Agents, one of the state’s leading title agencies serving all of New Jersey’s 21 counties, the seminar will begin at 12 p.m. noon on Wednesday, May 8 at Guardian’s South Jersey headquarters at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, in Marlton (08053). Lunch will be served and there is no charge to attend.
To register for the seminar, contact Guardian Settlement Agents President Drew Whipple at 856-985-9007 or email@example.com.
“Home inspections are an important part of every residential real estate transaction,” said Guardian CEO Christopher J. Brown. “It’s important for Realtors and other industry professionals to know what is new and important in the field. This presentation is another example of the valuable information that’s available at our monthly Hour of Power seminars.”
U.S. Inspect was founded nearly 25 years ago and has a customer satisfaction rating of more than 99 percent. Hunn and Buckley are part of a highly experienced nine-member regional inspection team. Hunn, who has been a manager with U.S. Inspect for 10 years, has taken part in close to 4,000 home inspections in his 16-year career.
Hunn and Buckley will focus their Hour of Power presentation on how U.S. Inspect uses strong communication skills to properly set expectations among the key players in a home inspection: The inspector, the Realtor and the customer.
“If we make sure everyone understands the process, we will have fewer communication issues down the line,” Hunn said. “We explain the process in detail to the customer and their Realtor before we start an inspection. Once they learn how a true, professional inspection is performed, we eliminate most – if not all – of the potential problems.”
Hunn said some home inspection companies feel compelled to find problems in an effort to justify their fee. At U.S. Inspect, he explained, they “tell is like it is” to the Realtor and the customer and stand on the merits of their work. The ultimate goal, he emphasized, is to make sure the deal goes through and – if there are problems – to make sure they are fully explained and understood.
The next “Hour of Power” seminar will be held on the second Wednesday of June, the 12th, and will feature Jenny Ryan, owner and publisher of Southern New Jersey Business People magazine leading a discussion on effective networking techniques for small businesses.
Guardian Settlement Agents has offices in both Burlington County – at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, Marlton, NJ 08053 (Phone: 856-985-9007, Fax: 856-985-9977) – and Somerset County – at 54 Grove Street, Suite 3 & 4, Somerville, NJ 08876 (Phone: 908-575-9995, Fax: 908-575-9996). Both offices are on the web at www.goguardianinsurance.com.
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