Home Inspection Articles
These Home Inspection Articles were written by me, the home inspector to help you the client or Realtor® with subjects that I frequently get asked questions about, or think are helpful to buyers and sellers of real estate. These home inspection articles are not intended to create a client – inspector relationship and are not a substitute for the services of a professional home inspector evaluating a property that you are buying or selling.
A home inspection report contains a wealth of information. Your home inspector should take time to review the top concerns and be available to answer any questions you have later. I always recommend that clients make three lists and go over the findings with their agent. Click the button to read more about these three lists.
Curious about why a crawlspace adds to the cost of a home inspection? Read this article to find out the answer.
A home inspection on an older home typically costs more. This article sheds some light on why that is. A “fast” home inspection is not necessarily a “good” home inspection. That’s doubly true when it comes to older homes.
Buying a New Home? You still need an inspection. 80% of buyers think the builder’s quality control and the City building inspector catch everything. I promise they don’t.