I am here, along with your agent, to help guide you through the process of looking at the physical aspects of the property you plan to invest in. On the day of the inspection, we will walk through the home together and learn some things about the existing systems and components. As we walk through the home, you will get an idea of how the things that you will use every day function internally, and along the way, we will consider some things that could be upgraded to better fit your needs.
I want you to be as comfortable as possible in your home, so feel free to ask many questions during the inspection. The more you know about the home, the easier it will be for you to customize it to fit your needs. I am here to help you with that, and if I do not have an immediate answer for you during the inspection, I will find the answer for you and include it in the inspection report.
Even the best of homes have defects, so do not be surprised if we find some. If we find a defect, I will explain what it is, give you some background information about it, then discuss some of your options for how it can be addressed. Some defects are minor -the type you can live with for years without even noticing, while others should be addressed as soon as possible because they can lead to other, more expensive problems in the future. For these types of defects, I may refer you to a professional who specializes in a specific type of system or equipment. Like your agent and I, these professionals are available to help you through this process. The primary goal here is for the whole team to provide you with detailed, accurate information so that your every decision about the home is well informed.
If you have any questions about the physical aspects of your home before, during, and even years after the inspection, feel free to call me at (808) 725-0221.
You’ve finally found a home worthy of investing your hard-earned money in. Now lets learn as much as we can about it.