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For Buyers – Pre purchase

The most common type of home inspection Jo preforms are general home inspections typically requested by a potential buyer after a property goes into contract. These typically include condos, townhome, apartment units, single family homes, investment properties and multi-unit buildings. A pre-purchase home inspection offers valuable benefits to prospective buyers. It provides a thorough assessment of the property’s condition, identifying potential issues and hidden problems. This information empowers buyers to make informed decisions and negotiate repairs or pricing adjustments before finalizing the purchase. A pre-purchase inspection helps uncover any safety concerns, ensures transparency, and gives buyers confidence in their investment, ultimately saving them from unexpected expenses and future headaches.

Before Siging on the Dotted line of your contract – Don’t forget to Schedule a

Home Inspection

High quality vivid pictures

Thermal Imaging

Buy-Back Guarantee

Same Day Report

Detailed comments and narratives

Helpful links to Home Life Hacks

Top-to bottom-to underneath inspections

Thorough, multi element reporting

Starting at

$350

Pricing varies based on size, age, and structure of the property

Multi-Family Residence

In search of your next condo or new apartment? No matter the type of shared building structure, Jo will provide you the potential buyer with a detailed inspection of all the areas of your new unit, as well as any potential repairs or future considerations for the building as a whole. For more info on what is and isn’t in a condo, townhome or shared multi-family property inspection read Jo’s blog on the essentials.

Single Family Residence

Are you on the market or under contract for single family home? Bungalows, Split-levels, Raised Ranch, Georgian, Craftsman, Butterfly and more. Whether your new property has a basement, a crawlspace or a secret upstairs room, Jo is prepared to explore and evaluation the condition of any age and style of singe family home.

Investment Properties

Investment properties like homes purchased with the intention of renting or reselling, and multi unit properties up to 5 individual units require a home inspection just as much, if not more than, single family residences as a home inspection can help the investor better understand the general costs of needed repairs or the overall state of the property.