Your Peace of Mind Should Be Guaranteed!
We know that the real estate process is a long, difficult and emotional one. We have been there before. Buying a house, condo, or investment property is most likely the biggest financial decision you will ever have to make in your life. There is a lot of uncertainty when it comes to buying a home, but there shouldn’t be when it comes to the general condition of your future home. When you sign on that dotted line, the only thought in your head should be what color to paint the Master Bedroom.
Home Inspection Geeks mission is to provide the ultimate Peace of Mind to our clients. We believe everyone deserves a safe and reliable home. Somewhere that you can live happily with your family. Your Peace of Mind is not only our goal, but it is our guarantee! Here is why we are the right inspection company for you!
What is a Multi-Unit Inspection?
A Multi-Unit Inspection is an inspection of a property that has two to four units. It is much like a regular home inspection, because every item in each unit is inspected.
Having each unit inspected is very important because each unit can have unique problems.
Let us at Home Inspection Geeks inspect your multi-family property to ensure that it is a great investment!
Why You Should Get a Multi-Unit Inspection
Getting a Multi-Unit inspection is important to minimize the costs and risks of buying a bigger property.
Multi-Unit homes can have many of the same issues that homes can have, so it’s important to make sure that the property is in good condition and is safe for you or your renters.
You may think that an inspection on this size of property is costly but it can potentially save you money off of the purchase price of the property. Not to mention that an inspection can point out future issues before they become a problem.
What is Included in a Multi-Unit Inspection
We will look at all the major components and systems of the property. These include:
- Exterior components such as sidewalks, fences and landscaping
- Roofs and Chimneys
- Decks, Porches and Balconies
- Exterior Siding
- Basements and Attics
- HVAC Systems
- Water Heating
- Electrical outlets
- Doors and entryways