When purchasing a new home, you want to be certain that it is the quality you are seeking. A reliable and affordable Home Inspection can offer you that peace of mind before you make any commitments. We will do everything possible to reassure you that the house you want today will be the home your family will enjoy for years to come.
Why should a seller have an inspection completed? The answer is basic and simple; to show confidence in the property they are selling. A home inspector is going to look for things that may cause problems when selling the property. To some people, it is important to be forthcoming and not appear to be hiding something from potential buyers. By having a Sellers Pre-Sale Inspection completed, and placing it on the counter when buyers are looking at the home, you show those buyers the current condition of the property, in addition to the sellers standard disclosure.
Manufactured Home Foundation Certifications
The requirements for government guaranteed loans on manufactured housing changed to include a permanent foundation. It is required that foundations be certified by a licensed professional engineer to be in compliance with HUD-7584 (Permanent Foundation Guide for Manufactured Housing). This applies to FHA and VA loans.
As a result, many private lenders offering conventional loans have added this as a requirement for their loans. We have partnered with the engineers at Foundation Certifications to provide these certificates. The process takes approximately 3-5 days with rush service available. Ordering a Foundation Certification is easy. Please contact us, then simply complete our online order form at http://www.FoundationCerts.com/order and our team will immediately go to work for you.
What Does A Comprehensive Home Inspection Report Include?
- Electrical System
- Hot Water System
- Plumbing System
- Water Drainage/Grading
- Central Air Conditioner
- Heating System
- Insulation and Ventilation