This type of inspection is usually performed after a property has been put on the market by a seller, but before a potential buyer has taken possession of the property prior to the closing contract. The buyer will usually sign a contingency agreement with the seller prior to ordering this type of inspection. If a property fails to meet the buyer’s expectations as a result of the inspection, then the sale may fall through. In many case, a Buyer’s Inspection will help both the buyer and the seller to identify damage or other problems that may exist with a property so that both parties can either renegotiate the selling price or decide that it’s the seller’s responsibility to repair the property at the seller’s expense prior to the final close. Even if the seller has already performed a Seller’s Inspection, buyers should still perform their own inspection to prevent “seller’s bias” in any shape or form.
This type of inspection is usually performed by a seller before a property is listed or announced for sale. The property owner will perform a Seller’s Inspection to determine what damage or other problems exist with a property in order to determine factors such as fair market value, discount values, or any pre-listing expenditure necessary to increase the value and desirability of the property.
This type of inspection is performed every two years to assure the health of your family and the safety of your real estate investment. Periodic Maintenance Inspections are necessary to assure the integrity of your structure in-between storms and droughts, to check the building’s integrity that may be compromised by cracked beams or foundations, to visually inspect for wood-destroying insects, and more. Any of these situations can contribute to decreased home value or pose a physical risk to your family if not identified in time.
If you own rental property, then you already understand the need to assure that your property is in tip-top shape prior to allowing renters to occupy the building. You are also aware of the need to assure that your property has not been damaged before renters vacate the property. A rental/property management inspection is designed to protect you from serious liability that can result from renting or leasing a potentially hazardous property. Additionally, a rental/property management inspection also helps you to protect your assets by identifying damage that may have potentially been caused by occupants.
This type of inspection is usually performed immediately after your new home has been built and is considered “ready” for occupancy by the builder and appropriate legal authorities (such as a zoning or code inspectors).
This type of inspection is performed prior to the expiration of your home warranty. It is used to take advantage of the features and benefits of your home warranty to assure that necessary repairs guaranteed under your warranty are able to be utilized should a damage or problem