A Pre-Purchase Inspection takes place before purchasing condos, townhouse units, and houses. It will help you to make a well-informed decision about one of your most significant purchases in your entire life and provides an excellent opportunity to understand the conditions of the house you are considering and the ability to get answers to any questions that you may have about the house and its systems. It covers the main systems of the house/unit as follows:
- Heating & Cooling Systems
A very important service for homeowners who are planning on selling their house to discover and offer corrective solutions to problems in the home, prior to listing the house for sale.
It has many advantages like:
- Preventing unknown surprises when you get potential buyers inspection feedbacks
- Alerting you to existed safety issues that you may not have known
- Assisting your real estate agent as sales tool and create a firmer amount to list the house at
An Open House Inspection is ideal for people that are considering buying a house but don’t necessarily want a full inspection.
It is great in areas where bidding wars take place or where you may have to inspect four or five properties before landing the property that suites your needs.
It’s your right to have some more technical information about your investment and a little peace of mind. This can end up saving you hundreds of dollars, since there is no need for a full inspection when you may not even get the house.
The walk through typically takes 1-1.5 hours with an inspection of the major components of the house followed by a narrative oral presentation from which you can make an informed decision.
It is recommended to homeowners, builders, and investors in construction industry prior finishing construction/renovation or listing the house. This kind of inspection covers proper installation of systems, potential safety concerns, deficiencies and unfinished jobs. It is recommended if the inspection take place 2-3 days before final walkthrough with builder’s customer service representative or superintendent.
Many problems arise in buildings, which need expert investigation to identify. In such cases, an Inspector with a powerful background in construction and engineering could be a great help.
An experienced inspector can identify the cause and recommend an efficient and cost effective solution for problems.
It happens that, after purchasing or moving to a new house many unexpected problems start to show up.
An After-Purchase Inspection could helps buyers to identify the problems and prepare an efficient and cost effective plan to solve them.