As we all know, purchasing a home is a HUGE investment. When I refer home inspectors to the buyers I represent, it's always 3 different names/companies. Any time I give an inspector reference, I don't refer their names out because I think they are nice, but because I know that the inspection report my buyers are paying for will be detailed and explained. Occasionally I will hear of a real estate colleague or buyer steering away from an inspector because that inspector charges more than others in the area. When choosing an inspector, look into their credentials. Sometimes the more expensive inspectors are those who have a past construction/contractor background and are very detailed. I have always felt that pictures included in the reports are helpful and let the buyer know exactly which items are called out eliminating any misunderstandings. The inspection report can help a buyer find out a lot about their new home (if they decide to purchase the home) and bring their attention to non-urgent items that they may want to deal with later in the future after the transaction has closed. That report can be great "insurance" and is often well worth every penny spent!
Sunny Isles Beach, FL
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