Home Inspection Services

codeCODE 3 Property Inspections, PLLC

Chris DeBord
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Some awesome inspection information can be found on our webpage under the FAQ tab.
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What Is An Inspection? An inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a building. If you are in the process of building a house, townhouse, condominium, etc. you should have it properly inspected before the final purchase by an experienced and impartial professional inspector.

Why Do I Need An Inspection?
Your home purchase could be the largest single investment you will ever make. To minimize unpleasant surprises, you’ll want to learn as much as you can about the newly constructed or existing house before you buy it. An inspection may identify the need for immediate repairs or builder errors, as well as the need for maintenance to better protect your home. After the inspection, you will know more about the house, which will allow you to make an informed decision.
As the seller of a home, an inspection can give you the opportunity to complete needed repairs that could possibly make your home much more appealing to a potential buyer.
If you already own a home, an inspection may identify problem areas enabling you to address them and possibly avoid costly future repairs.

When Do I Call An Inspector?
The best time to retain the inspector is immediately after the purchase contract has been signed. The TREC One-Four Family Residential Contract allows for the Buyer to have property inspected. A negotiated time period, referred to as the option, is when the inspection takes place. Any request for repairs have to be agreed upon and signed by all parties in the form of an amendment to the contract ON or BEFORE the expiration of the option period.