Purchasing a home requires a significant financial investment and may seem like an endless series of critical, important decisions. Inspecting the physical condition of the home’s systems and components is an important part of this process and will aid you in making an informed decision while minimizing risk.
You will receive a written inspection report describing the following:
Your dream home is out there, but so are a lot of professionally staged homes full of issues! So how do you decide if what you see is what you get? How do you find your dream home in the midst of so many flawed homes?
This is where our home buyer assistance program comes to your rescue. Forward Property Inspections provides bias-free professional home inspection services to help understand what you’re signing up for when you buy a home.
Home inspections exist to help home buyers understand the existing condition of a residential property. Not every issue discovered will have to be taken care of immediately, but it is crucial to be aware of what all can become a potential expense in the future.
It is upto the buyer completely whether or not they attend the home inspection. But it is recommended that they attend it at the end, if not from the beginning, so they can listen firsthand from the inspector what all they have discovered. It also provides the buyer an opportunity to ask the inspector about anything that is a cause of concern for them, and get clarification on it.
A standard home buyer’s inspection includes a thorough inspection of all parts of a house - the interior as well as the exterior. Home inspectors check the efficiency of all the installed systems too like the electrical systems, plumbing systems, heating & cooling systems, amongst other things. They examine the severity of issues found and tell you whether they are repairable or not.