Buyers Inspection

Hand holding a magnifying glass inspecting a two story home in Florida, USA

Buyers Inspection

An educated buyer has confidence in their purchase decision. The buyers Inspection provides you with a blueprint of the home you want to purchase. The inspector can identify problem areas that may not be visible to you and were not discovered prior to the offer. You will receive a full report of any major defects to minor deficiencies or potentially hazardous conditions of the home. Having this report will allow you and your realtor to discuss a plan of action before moving forward. A Home inspection is a visual examination of the structure and systems of a building. If you are thinking of buying a home, condo/townhouse, you should have it thoroughly inspected before the final purchase by an experienced and impartial professional inspector.

Note that this inspection is based on the observations made on the date of the inspection, and not a prediction of future conditions.

What will the home inspector look at during a buyers inspection?

During a buyers inspection, we will analyze each house differently, depending on many factors, such as if it has a single story, or a second story – for example.

However, in general, there is a basic checklist you can expect the home inspector to use when analyzing the home during the inspection:

  • Grounds And Exterior Structure
  • Basement
  • Attic
  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Interior Rooms
  • Electrical Systems
  • Heating And Cooling Systems
  • Plumbing

The above list is not at all exhaustive. Every situation will be different, and will require more or fewer elements to be analyzed. If you want to find out more about what to expect during your home inspection, call us at 813-255-7666 and we can explain it to you in detail.

How long will a buyers inspection take?

Due to the multitude of factors involved in a home inspection, it can take anywhere between a few hours to an entire day, depending on the size and complexity of the property and the home. If you have a home inspection planned, the key is to put aside a sufficient amount of time so that you can be around when the home inspection takes place, and are able to thoroughly understand the process from start to finish. This will also allow you enough time to ask all your questions, and find out all the relevant information.

Call Today to Find Out More or Schedule An Inspection.