Finding a certified, reliable and professional Home Inspector Albuquerque can be challenging in Albuquerque’s local market place, most importantly a competent home inspector that understands the time constraints placed on complicated real estate transactions for buyers and sellers of residential property. Most home inspectors in Albuquerque should know that there are necessary deadlines and details that need to be met to keep a transaction on course to be closed on time and in an effective fashion for all parties involved in the transaction. However, many home inspectors do not take this into consideration. It is imperative that a home inspector understands what things may exist in the current condition at residential property that may impede a real estate deal from getting financed. Consumers should also be aware of finding a local home inspection company who knows what things may exist in a residential property’s current condition that would allow for the property to be legally occupied or to be properly insured.
As a InterNACHI certified home inspector I follow a very specific standards of practice, (click here to view: https://www.nachi.org/sop.htm) which I use to identify the four main categories for a proper general home inspection. These general home inspection categories are: major defects, things that may lead to major defects, things that may inhibit the buyer's ability to finance, legally occupy, or properly insure a residential property and most importantly any safety hazards that exist.
My general home inspection can best be characterized as a non-invasive, visual inspection of all the reachable areas of a residential property that are deemed safe by the inspector to further inspect. The home inspection is devised to identify any defects within the specific systems and elements of a property explained by InterNACHI's standards of practice that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector.
A general home inspection report shall attempt to identify, in a written report, any defects within the specific systems of a house and any elements of a residential property defined by the InterNACHI standards of practice that are both observed and deemed material or any safety issues that may exist. Home inspection reports may include additional comments about what was discovered as well as supportive photos and recommendations.
Consumers should also know that I am a non-active licensed Realtor in New Mexico, and that I understand what it takes to see a residential real estate transaction from start to close. I also understand the emotional
intelligence necessary to help guide buyers and sellers through the complicated process of buying a home or selling a home in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Placitas, Edgewood, East Mountains, Santa Fe, New Mexico and the unique conditions each of these city’s or town areas present to a property’s overall condition. I am also an experienced residential redeveloper and I have extensive knowledge in renovating undervalued properties for resale. I know what it takes to properly and professionally renovate properties in all types of adverse or dilapidated conditions.
I have experience in developing complex renovation scopes of work to address a client’s concerns involving property updates as well as a properties’ building envelope meeting strict compliance with local governing bodies. I am experienced in managing professional and licensed contractors for related construction fields such as: general contractors, roofers, electricians, plumbers HVAC technicians, landscapers and companies such as Pressure Washing Pensacola. I also have experience in coordinating and renovating multiple residential redevelopment projects simultaneously and effectively completing these projects on time and on budget.
My ultimate goal as a professional certified home inspector in Albuquerque and Rio Rancho, New Mexico is to provide my clients with a comprehensive and detailed home inspection report that can best be utilized as a buyer's or seller's property data tool to help my clients better understand a property’s current condition. Knowledge is power. Knowing what the current conditions are that exist in a residential property allows for transparency to all parties involved in a residential transaction.
By providing this easy-to-read, photograph specific, and comprehensive home inspection report of each discovery I made at a specific property a client will then have recommendations from me on how to proceed and what should be addressed to correct or to prevent further damage. The inspection report will also have a what to do section, or a who to call to correct a material defect or a safety hazard.
By hiring me as your go to local home inspector Albuquerque, you will receive a professional approach to your home inspection needs. My experience and knowledge base of a home's systems will help to translate what is an immediate concern that needs to be addressed right away versus what is cosmetic. As a Professional Certified Inspector with InterNACHI as well as a Home Inspector who is E & O Insured I strive to be thorough, complete and easily understood in my explanations. You will also be working with a Home Inspector who participates in InterNACHI’s “We’ll Buy Your Home Guarantee” click this link to learn more: https://www.nachi.org/buy.htm