What is a Point of Sale inspection?

If you are selling a residential property in Shaker Heights, you are required to obtain a Point of Sale inspection prior to entering into a contract with a buyer. The Point of Sale inspection is an interior and exterior inspection of your property conducted by a certified inspector employed by the City. Please view Point of Sale Inspections for more information.

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1. How do I sell my home?
2. What is a Point of Sale inspection?
3. How long will it take to complete a Point of Sale inspection?
4. How long is a Point of Sale inspection valid for selling a property?
5. Is there a fee for a Point of Sale Inspection?
6. What is the length of time between application for a Point of Sale Inspection and the date of the inspection? And, after the inspection is conducted, how long will it take to receive the report?
7. What if I would like an earlier Point of Sale inspection date?
8. Can a buyer assume Point of Sale violations?
9. What are the escrow requirements for selling a house with outstanding violations?
10. If I get a Point of Sale inspection and then decide not to sell my home, do I still have to correct the violations?
11. How can I get an extension of time to correct violations?
12. How will I know the inspector?