Inspection Services


With the way that the Greater Seattle market is over-heated, it’s important for you to get a quick understanding of a property before making an offer on it, so that you can come in with a stronger offer that waives the Inspection Contingency.  It is becoming standard practice for Realtors to suggest the pre-purchase home inspection, and for listing agents to accept a window of time for the inspection to occur.  Our flexible scheduling allows you to schedule that appointment at a time that works best for you, and the seller. We can do a Pre-Purchase Inspection with a verbal report for a reduced rate.



Are you under contract and need a Home Inspection?  This is what we are here for.  It’s time to find out what condition the property is in.


Inspection Contract


Now is a great time to be selling a home in the Greater Seattle Market. Prices are soaring and few things can help you get top dollar for your home than to prepare for a Home Inspection! By repairing defects in the property you can get top dollar, and avoid the hassle of messy negotiations that can slow down the selling process. It’s standard, if you are going to put your house on the market, you don’t want any surprises to come up that can interfere with your transaction. We can’t even count how many times we have gotten angry calls from sellers because we called out a defect in their home that they thought was in perfect condition. If you know what is wrong with your home before you even put it on the market, than you can address any deficiencies that would otherwise tangle the sales process, and make the entire transaction go much more smoothly.  There is a whole page of the real estate contract that details the rights of the buyer to inspect your house, and to negotiate based on that inspection.




If you have recently purchased a new construction home from a builder, than it will come with a 1-year warranty.  This means that any deficiencies that develop or were not discovered when you bought the home can be fixed by the builder at no cost to you if they are identified within the first year of ownership.

Or did you get a home warranty when you purchased your new home? Before your first year is up, it’s time to make sure that everything is still in working order. Protect your greatest investment by having that secondary home inspection.  You’d be surprised by how many last minute repairs made, are done so that they last little more than year. A new inspection will reveal any defects that have appeared in your home since your purchase.



As a company founded by a Real Estate Investor, we know that even commercial property needs to be inspected.  If you are purchasing in the mid-tier space between single family homes, and properties that are going to require full engineering reviews, you need a trained inspector who has experience looking at these types of properties.  Just like a standard home inspection we will inspect the entire space you are looking at investing in, and offer you a written report so that you have a better understanding of the property.