Buyer's Inspections are the most common type of inspection. This type of inspection occurs most-often as a contingency prior to closing a real estate sale. A Buyer's Inspection is designed to protect the prospective property purchaser from entering into a sale without knowing a property's general disposition and state. In other words, it helps buyers to avoid any potentially-costly surprises. Approximately ninety-percent of all inspections performed are Buyer's Inspections, and more buyers than ever are using them to mitigate the risk of fiscal and legal calamity associated with a purchase.
When buying a home, you should always have a professional home inspection performed. You need to know exactly what you are getting. Making your buying decision much easier and more confident.
The home buying process can be confusing and stressful. Not only do you need to consider things such as price and location, you also have to worry about whether the house itself has any problems that could become costly surprises down the road.
The Home Inspection is an unbiased, professional visual assessment of the condition of the house. It provides you an expert opinion and professional report on the condition of the physical structure and various systems within a house. Giving you peace of mind on what is likely the largest purchase you will ever make.
In order to prepare the report, an inspector must conduct a visual inspection of the house. The inspection process typically takes about 3 hours to complete. This of course may vary, according to the size and condition of the home. We strongly encourage you to accompany the inspector during the inspection. This will give you a chance
to ask questions and become familiar with the systems of the home.
We will inspect all the structural elements and systems of the home.