Mazza Inspection Group Doesn’t Generate On Site Home Inspection Reports
The actual home inspection report is one of the most important documents used in a real estate transaction. It should explicitly state the current condition of the home so that the buyer is aware of what they are purchasing. The home inspection report is not something that should be taken lightly or compiled in a rush. A check list is absolutely not an acceptable method for the home inspection report. A comprehensive narrative should be used to communicate the condition of the home so that all parties involved can effectively negotiate. Most real estate transactions follow certain time lines in which buyers are required to do investigations and inspections. If time periods are cut even shorter than what is typically mandated by the real estate, contract, then buyers feel anxious and pressed for time. Many buyers and realtors call and ask if we can give them their report on site. Mazza Inspection Group does not provide home inspections reports that are generated on site.
Mazza Inspection Group Provides a Detailed and Comprehensive Home Inspection Report
The inspectors for Mazza Inspection Group follow a specific inspection process which requires extensive note and picture taking. There may also be infrared images that need to be analyzed and reported on as well. The home inspection report is a direct reflection of the care taken by the inspector when actually at the property. Once a thorough evaluation has been completed on site, the inspector will take the information gathered and put it all together into a narrative report along with digital photos. Most of our findings are based on code and at times need to be researched by the inspector as there is not really time to do this on site. Our inspectors will actually research manufacturer’s specifications if the feel it is necessary to explain an issue in a home inspection report.
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