Looking for your next home can be a very exciting time for you and your family. It can also be very nerve wracking and a time consuming process. Whether you are in the market for selling and downsizing or you are a growing family with a need for space and room for family members to play and coexist in harmony, or you are a first time home buyer there are so many choices available to you. Choices like new construction in a neighborhood association development, or older houses in areas that are seeing a revival of new commercial infrastructure near them, or fixer-uppers, income properties, attached condo living. So many choices! Whatever you are in the market for Home Inspector Albuquerque is here for you to serve you with a quality and professional local home inspection service. It is highly encouraged to hire a trusted local home inspection company before you decide to actually purchase the house you want that way you will be informed as to what the current condition of the house is. Doing your due diligence as an informed consumer is a best practice.
In some of the more competitive markets and more specifically in some highly desirable neighborhoods often times buyers will offer to purchase houses without any contingencies in place. A declined home inspection by the buyer may sometimes be part of the terms of the offer to purchase. However, not having a home inspection performed before you actually purchase the house is a high risk decision to entertain by any buyer and can very well be the decision that comes back to bite them in the future. Often times in older houses home owners neglect to properly maintain necessary systems, parts, or fixtures of the house and sometimes conveniently forget all together to disclose a known defect to a potential buyer. Having a independent third party Home Inspector Albuquerque provide a comprehensive home inspection report will help to identify any current conditions that exist that may be safety hazards, material defects or any conditions that exist that may lead to a material defect.
A roof inspection is one absolutely necessary inspection to have and is highly encouraged. The roof is one of the most expensive systems of the house. Most lenders will not lend on a real estate transaction that has a failed roof inspection as they will not be able to secure insurance on the property. If the buyer is not dealing with a lender on the transaction and is a cash buyer most often a home insurance company will at the very least request for a roof inspection to be performed.
As your go to local home inspection company Home Inspector Albuquerque can help buyers of residential real estate become well informed buyers. It is our home inspection duty to identify, document and report on the house site, exterior systems, interior systems, roof systems, foundation, structure, crawlspace and attic, ventilation and insulation, windows and doors, electrical systems, plumbing systems, heating and cooling systems, garage, walkways, railings, steps, stoops, fireplaces and more. The potential value a home buyer can redeem from a professional home inspection can very well be in the thousands of dollars. If there are several deficiencies that are found in a house they can add up quickly to fix correctly and last. As a home buyer you do not want to purchase a house that later after the fact you find yourself in a money pit just to make it a livable and safe space. As a buyer you want to be comfortable knowing that what you purchased is going to appreciate and allow for many years of suitable and affordable living.
At Home Inspector Albuquerque we have your best interest in mind. We want you to be informed as to what you are purchasing and we will do our best to make sure that you have the necessary details in front of you to make an informed decision. How do you hire a home inspector? It is as simple as giving us a call at 505-333-4041 or fill out a contact form on our website and we will schedule an appointment right away!
Call 505-362-4581 to Schedule your home inspection TODAY! Or visit http://www.homeinspectoralbuquerque.com/contact.html