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Types of Inspections We Offer
There are several types of inspections that we offer, with the Buyer Inspection being the most popular.


 
Buyer Inspection
Description  Inspection is bought and paid for by a potential buyer involved in a real estate transaction, generally after making an offer on a property.
Purpose To get an honest and impartial report of the home's condition, be informed of any defects and/or deficiencies and upcoming repairs, and to avoid unpleasant surprises after the sale.
*Note If defects and/or deficiencies are found during the inspection, the items are generally repaired/replaced or negotiations are made to the final selling price.
 
Seller Inspection
Description  Inspection is bought and paid for by a seller prior to property being put on the market.
Purpose To be able to comply with full disclosure laws, inform potential buyer of defects and deficiencies before showing, and to avoid lawsuits after a sale.  If defects and/or deficiencies do arise, the seller has an opportunity to repair/replace the items prior to an initial showing.  The Seller Inspection can also increase the speed of sale and could result in a higher value for the property if everything is in check. 
*Note Generally, a Review Inspection is sold to the buyer at time of closing to review the previous Seller Inspection report.
 
Listing Inspection
Description Generally, a real-estate broker buys a Seller Inspection for every listing and can advertise that homes are already inspected at the broker's expense.
Purpose To increase listings, attract buyers to inspected homes, close deals faster and reduce the number of deals that fall through.
*Note Generally, a Review Inspection is sold to the buyer at time of closing to review the previous Listing Inspection report.
 
Review Inspection
Description Purchased by a potential buyer of a property at closing time, to review the previous inspection report.
Purpose To have the Property Inspection Report made available, verified by the inspector who performed the inspection and have the inspector explain and show any defects and/or deficiencies noted in the report and update it.
 
Home Checkup Inspection
Description Inspection purchased by a homeowner, not involved in a real-estate transaction.
Purpose To learn what to do in the interest of preserving the home in optimum condition, inform of any repairs needed, and learn how to avoid problems in the future.
 
Condominium/Townhouse Inspection
Description Inspection purchased by a potential buyer or renter, generally after touring or making an offer on a property.
Purpose To get an honest and impartial report of the home's condition, be informed of any defects and/or deficiencies and upcoming repairs, and to avoid unpleasant surprises after the sale or during the renting period.  
*Note Prior to the inspection, we request a copy of the bylaws determining the 'common' areas in the unit.  It is important for us to inspect these common areas and note deficient items even though they are not the responsibility of the buyer/renter.

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