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Buying a home?  It is probably the most expensive purchase you will ever make. This is no time to shop for a cheap inspection. The cost of a home inspection is very small relative to the home being inspected. The additional cost of hiring a InterNACHI certified inspector is almost insignificant.

You have recently been crunching the numbers, negotiating offers, adding up closing costs, shopping for mortgages and trying to get the best deals. Do not stop now. Do not let your real estate agent, a patty-cake inspector or anyone else talk you into skimping here. InterNACHI certified inspectors perform the best inspections by far.

InterNACHI certified inspectors earn their fees many times over. They do more, they deserve more and, yes, they generally charge a little more. Do yourself a favor...and pay a little more for the quality inspection you deserve.

HomeTek will provide a thorough, timely, trusted inspection. You will receive a detailed report on the day of your inspection, to help you make a decision and negotiate a better deal on your investment. We have 30 years of customer service experience with a background in home repairs. HomeTek has been working with real estate agents, investors, and mortgage companies for nearly 25 years and understands the home buying process. We work for you, the homebuyer! We are here to provide you the buyer and seller the best home inspection experience.  Your home inspection will focus on safety, functionality, and overall concerns with your new home. 

 

How to Pick a Home Inspector

It is easy to see why picking the right home inspector is important. You want to know that the home you are buying is something you will be satisfied with. Here are a few pointers to consider in your search for a home inspector:

  1. Get a reference from your real estate agent.
  2. Look for a company that is bonded and insured.
  3. Verify that the inspection company only does inspections – not home repairs and renovations.
  4. Find out what the inspection includes and how long it takes.
  5. Get references.
  6. Verify that you can accompany the inspector while he or she goes through the home.
  7. Request a sample inspection report.
  8. Compare the cost of hiring different companies.
  9. See if you can find an inspector with experience in the type of home you are looking at.
  10. Choose an ASHI certified or InterNACHI inspector. These are highly respected organizations that offer inspectors higher levels of training and certifications.
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