Home Inspection

FAQs

What is a home Inspection?

 A non-invasive, visual examination of a residential or commercial dwelling done by a licensed professional.

What will a home inspection cost?

Fees vary based on location, size, ancillary services (septic dye testing, radon testing and/or water analysis) requested and/or required by the client, mortgage lender or attorney.

Why do I need a home inspection?

As a buyer, the process of purchasing a home can be emotional, if not overwhelming. This purchase could be your single largest investment in your lifetime. Next Level Home Inspection and Property Management offers an unbiased, non-emotional evaluation of the property in question.

Can I do the Inspection myself?

When a situation requires a professional, it is best to hire a professional. There are so many aspects to a proper home inspection, that unless you have training in the field, you can’t be sure that you are not overlooking a potential problem. Home Inspectors, in New York and other certain states, are required to be licensed by the state and maintain this license through continuing education.

When do I call in the Home Inspector?

Typically your realtor and/or attorney will help guide you through this process. Before signing a contract or a purchase agreement obligation, the home inspection should be completed. The contract, purchase agreement are contingent upon the findings of the professional home inspection report.

Do I need to attend the inspection?

It is not required to attend, however, Next Level Home Inspection and Property Management always recommends the client/purchaser be in attendance. We provide a walk-through service directly after the reporting process is completed. The walk through will enable you to better understand the home inspection report and give you the opportunity to ask any questions.

How do I pay for my inspection?

Next Level Home Inspection and Property Management accepts cash, checks, credit and debit cards.

Why should I choose Next Level Home Inspection and Property Management?

Not only did I attend and pass the necessary home inspection course and receive the necessary certification, but I also have years of experience in the construction field.  It is tough to find as qualified of an individual. Today when so many people are “flipping houses” it is easy to cover up questionable areas. Someone who does not have the same type of experience might inadvertently overlook a problem area. It is Next Level Home Inspection and Property Management’s goal to find any and all defects with a building to ensure not only the safety but a good investment for our clients.