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How to Choose a Home Inspector for Your Home Inspection

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How to Choose a Home Inspector for Your Home Inspection

Buying a house isn’t something you do every day. In fact, for most homeowners, purchasing a home is going to the be the largest investment they will make in their lifetimes. As one of the cornerstones to building wealth, it’s important that the home you purchase is worthy of your investment. Fortunately, a home inspector can help you determine if the home you are interested in is in your best interests or not, but how do you choose a home inspector? The following tips will help you choose the best home inspector possible.

Determine Your Inspector’s Qualifications

When it comes to professionals, you want to make sure you choose an expert that makes assessments by the agreed upon standards set in the industry. By assessing potential home inspector’s qualifications and certifications, you can easily eliminate home inspectors who may not give you the best recommendation.

Consider What the Inspector Will Inspect

Another way to choose a home inspector is to take a look at their inspector’s report. Their report lists every aspect of the home the they will inspect. You should take this list and compare it to other home inspectors’ lists. The home inspector’s list that’s most comprehensive should be the home inspector you choose for your home inspection. At Inspections Plus, we make sure we offer our clients a robust inspection so that they can make an informed decision about the home they are considering purchasing.

Get Recommendations from Your Real Estate Agent

Your real estate agent is your partner when you begin the process of looking for a home. They are charged with acting in your best interests; therefore, you can rely on them for recommendations about potential home inspectors.

Eliminate Potential Inspector’s Based on Price

After using all the tips mentioned above, you can eliminate home inspectors based on the rate they will charge you. It’s important to note, you should only use this strategy last. You should never rely on the cost of a home inspector’s service to determine whether you hire them or not. Since many home inspectors will reduce their inspection services to match a lower rate, basing your selection on price alone may mean you forfeit a thorough home inspection.

At Inspections Plus, we understand how important buying a home is to you. As such, we offer all of our clients a comprehensive home inspection before they purchase a home. If you are in the market to purchase a home, and you need a home inspection, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

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