What Goes In the Home Inspection Report?
During residential home inspections you are presented with a list of issues ranging from minor to material defects. A material defect is a specific issue with a system or component of a residential property that may have a significant, adverse impact on the value of the property, or that poses an unreasonable risk to people.
Utilizing this list of defects in the home inspection report to determine whether the home is worth pursuing or to just move on to the next one is vital in the home buying stage. OBinspeX provides our clients with a thorough inspection that will help you in this decision.
Where Is The Value In A Home Inspection?
The value OBinspeX offers to the buyer in their home inspection report is that having an inspection performed before closing will allow you to become aware of any issues in advance of negotiating. With the knowledge of the issues within your potential new home you can either ask for issues to be resolved or negotiate reduction in price.
After a residential home inspection you are now more prepared to make an educated decision on whether the home is a good investment or not.
What Happens During A Home Inspection?
A home inspection typically takes several hours in order to provide a detailed and thorough report. This includes many pictures and videos of areas that are in need of attention. A home inspection is a objective opinion a the condition we feel the home is in.
How much does a home inspection cost?
The cost of a home inspection can vary depending on size and features of the home. A home inspection starts at $400.00 and will go up from there depending on size and features.
When Do I Get A Home Inspection
A home inspection happens after the seller has accepted your offer, but before you buy the house. Once you have the house under contract, getting a home inspection as soon as possible to determine if this home is right for you.