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Should you get a home inspection?

Anyone involved in a real estate transaction need unbiased information about the physical condition of property they plan to buy (or sell) and your contract should include a contingency that you obtain a satisfactory inspection report. There are numerous types of inspections. An inspection is meant to evaluate, at minimum, the structural and mechanical condition of a property. It is not the same as an appraisal which evaluates the market value of a property. 

Finding a qualified home inspector


  • Referrals from satisfied customers

  • Referral from local real estate agent or mortgage company

  • Local consumer affairs office

  • Yellow Pages under "Building Inspection Services"


Ask if she/he is a member of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). The ASHI has established standards of practice which include the specific services, limitations and exclusions that can be expected from private home inspectors.

Every neighborhood, block, street and home is unique.

A computer cannot tell the full story. For a more in-depth analysis and thorough property evaluation, call us. No one knows the market better. 847-804-9432