The Buyer’s Home Inspection
Feel confident with your intended purchase by having a clear picture of the home’s condition and reduce the risk of unexpected costs before you buy. The buyer’s home inspection and resulting report will be a helpful guide in your negotiations and allows you to proceed knowing that your purchase decision has been an informed one.
The Seller’s Home Inspection
Getting your home inspected before putting it on the market has several advantages – It gives you the opportunity to adjust your asking price to a more realistic figure or make necessary repairs or upgrades either of which often avoids last-minute renegotiation’s generally resulting in a quicker sale.
The 11th Month Inspection
Just prior to your new home warranty expiring, consider having your home inspected again. This inspection is the same as having the home inspected for the first time but may reveal issues that were missed at that inspection or that have since surfaced. After all, if any issues have developed, obviously, now is the time to find out.
Ancillary inspections for – termite – well & septic – pool & spa – all require specialized knowledge and in my opinion, more than can be learned with a few hours of online training, therefore, only qualified referrals are given for inspectors or contractors who perform these important inspections.
Commercial – Property Condition Assessment
Whether it is a small office building, strip mall, retail establishment or apartment complex, you’ll want to know the property’s condition. When deemed necessary, experts in specialized areas will be retained to provide important input assuring that our inspection will provide the information you’ll need to make a sound business decision.