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How to find a Long Island Home Inspector

Nov 9

Professional inspections are a great idea before buying a home. Buyers will receive their deposit back to the account they used to buy this property. Sellers may also be able to negotiate a lower price or make repairs that fix problems discovered during the inspection.

Despite the fact that some problems can't be resolved immediately, it is important not to purchase anything until they are fixed.

  • A good person will keep your hand close to you

An inspector should allow you to attend the inspection every time. Clients will get less out of inspections.

  • Request a sample report

Request a sample report from a home inspector when you hire one. Quality photographs can help you better understand the content.

  • Consider reviews

To help you find reliable inspectors, check out customer reviews on Angie's List or Yelp. Calling former clients is also an option. They could be wrong!

  • Experience

Asking about experience and certifications is not enough. It's not enough to ask about their experience and certifications.

  • Insurance and License

Qualified home inspectors must be able to provide copies of their license and insurance documents. This allows them to avoid problems with the authorities later on if they have issues with homeowner/client contracts.

Ask your long island inspector about the time it takes for them to send you their report. Others may ask you to wait while they prepare your findings. Some inspectors will email their reports in a matter of days. Most contracts have an inspection deadline. If you discover any problems in your home before closing, the inspector must correct them.