I will help you evaluate the buyers inspection data and requests if any to determine how to respond. The Real Estate contract contains a contingency clause that allows the buyer to inspect the property physically and surrounding area or anything that can affect their decision to move forward with the purchase.
The inspection provides a comprehensive review of the infrastructure of the property. Below is a list of common types of Buyers Inspections in Arizona.
Structural Pest Control
- To determine any active infestation by wood destroying organisms. (aka – Termites)
- Section I on the subsequent report will be items that need immediate attention because of active infestation and lenders usually want the work performed prior to funding the loan.
- Section II on the report will be items that could cause infestation and, if not corrected, could cause damage.
- This inspection encompasses roof, plumbing, electrical, heating and any other accessible area of the structure.
- A detailed report will be written with recommendations for repair or for further inspection by a specialist.
Other Common Buyer Inspections
- Heating & Air Conditioning
- Structural Engineering
- Pool & Spa
- Environmental (Mold)
- Zoning & Building Permits
- Sewer Camera/Video Scope
Certified Home Inspector
You can see if the home inspector is a Certified Home Inspector with the Arizona Board of Technical Registration to make sure you watch their step in your home. This is something I will check for to make sure your home is being handled in a carefully manner by a reputable home inspector.
You can also check to see if they follow the AZ ASHI Standards of Practice for what is included and not included in a standard inspection. www.ashi.org.
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