For Realtors

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For Realtors

We work with realtors and agents to give clients exceptional experiences at every touch-point.

To this end we’ve partnered with ISN (Inspector Support Network) to offer exclusive access to their Real Estate Dashboard. This dashboard, available online or as a dedicated link on your mobile device home screen, lets you easily schedule and track inspections instantly. You can even reserve appointment time on the fly and go back later to fill in the details — a feature not available in the standard online scheduler. Once the inspection is scheduled, we keep you and your clients informed at every step, including sending out agreement and payment links, email reminders, text reminders, thank you emails, and of course the report itself. This is all at no cost to you, the realtor.

We advocate for the client, whether they be buying or selling, and fulfill our promise by giving them a thorough, comprehensive report that supports whatever their next move is. We recognize that your clients’ trust in you is your most valuable commodity. Our aim is to establish a mutually beneficial relationship with you where reputation, dependability, and trust are founding traits, and the end result is happy clients who come back again and again.

If you would like to learn more about the Real Estate Dashboard, contact Todd at or (608) 640-0808.

Don’t have the link yet? No problem! You and your clients can use our online scheduler at any time.

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Todd Hunter Osborne
Certified Professional Home Inspector
137 E. Gorham St. #4
Madison, WI 53703
(608) 640-0808

Hours (subject to change):

  • Sunday-Friday 2-8 p.m.
  • Saturdays by appointment
  • In a pinch? Call for availability

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COVID NOTICE: We are fully vaccinated and compliant with CDC, state, and county recommendations and mandates, including masks and social distancing.


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