How Much Will You Be Paying For A Home Inspection In Maryland?

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Don't Omit A Home Inspection

Whether you're a first-time home buyer, real estate agent, or selling a home, it's insanely beneficial to schedule an inspection with a certified, licensed home inspector in Maryland. It's a known concept that people who avoid asking the right questions and getting familiar with potential issues in any major financial decision can leave themselves open to backfire that could make the situation unbearable. This applies to home inspections especially. With an inspection from a certified professional home inspector, you wont have to leave future costs and fees to chance, they'll make sure you're made aware of problems you didn't think existed.


Let's Get To the Dollar Signs... Average Cost?

Your average home inspection in Maryland with us will cost about $450. However, your average home inspection price ranges between $330 and $525 based on the size, type, and age of your property. At the lower end, you may pay just $300 for a very small condo, or up to $600-700 for a large single family home.

In Maryland, home inspectors generally check for these systems and components of each home, look for potential flaws or issues, necessary repairs/replacements, and deferred maintenance.

  • The interior/exterior finishes
  • Plumbing systems
  • Electrical systems
  • HVAC systems
  • Kitchen and Laundry appliances
  • Roof (and Attic, if accessible)
  • Basement and Foundation
  • Fireplaces (if present and accessible)
  • Structure
  • Grounds
  • Outbuilding
  • Much more...

Hold On! There's More!

However, some services are generally not included within the typical scope of a general home inspection, and may carry additional fees when scheduled with a home inspection. These services are just a few examples of extra services that may be scheduled in addition to a home inspection;

  • Termite inspections
  • Radon testing
  • Asbestos testing
  • Mold testing
  • Air Quality Testing
  • EMF Testing (Check out or previous blog post on the dangers of EMF)
  • Thermal Imaging

An inspector may or may not make suggestions that point towards utilizing one of these services.


Sure, Cheap is Best... But Not With Inspections

Speaking of costs, when it comes down to booking your home inspection, sometimes cheapest is not always the best option. Your home inspector is your best defense against future surprises that may cost you thousands in repairs if not addressed quickly and efficiently. With NextDay Inspect, you can be sure that your inspector will be licensed, certified, and insured. You can also check if your inspector is licensed personally by searching for their name in Maryland's license lookup tool. You can also check the website for NACHI to see if your home inspector is certified with InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors.



If you want a trusted inspector to get the job done with quality and accuracy, schedule with us today at


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