Investor’s Quality Control Inspection
The Investor’s Quality Control Inspection is a Pre-Listing Inspection conducted after the property has been rehabbed and is being prepped for listing/showings. This is a full price (starting at $400.00), a full-service inspection, equivalent to a buyer’s inspection and in most cases more intense. This inspection affords the investor a tool to check the work of the rehab specialist as well as provide a list of defects or deficiencies a buyer’s inspector would likely find. The investor can take this list and make corrections or at least be aware of what a repair a buyer might ask for or use for negotiation. This important step in an investor’s action plan can save time and money at the negotiation stage.
Just like buyers can benefit from having a home inspected, sellers can benefit from having their home inspected before listing. During the Seller’s Inspection, we conduct a thorough walkthrough examination of the home and find the issues that could make the home less appealing to potential buyers. By finding and repairing damages ahead of time, sellers ensure that their property is attractive to buyers and increase negotiating power.
New Construction Inspection
It is not uncommon for hard-to-find defects in construction to go unnoticed. To avoid wasting time at the final walkthrough, schedule a New Construction Inspection. We offer a fresh perspective in the home, finding the small details that have gone overlooked so that builders can finalize construction.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
Owners of newly built homes that were sold with a builder’s warranty should have their home inspected during the 11th month. During this inspection, we thoroughly search the home for any defects that the warranty will cover, giving owners time before it is over to request repairs.
Radon, a carcinogenic gas that causes lung cancer with prolonged exposure, can build up in the home without being detected. The gas can’t be seen, tasted, or smelled, and only professional testing equipment can help you determine if you and the people in your home are at risk. Radon Testing is offered as a standalone service or can be bundled with your home inspection.