VETERAN OWNED & OPERATED
VETERAN OWNED & OPERATED
Elite Vision Property Inspections is fully insured for Errors, Ommisions and General Liability claims. All financial transactions through Elite Vision Property Inspections are compliant through CompliAssure.
We offer complete Home Inspection Services and consultation. Our professionals are certified by the state as well as other well respected organizations including InterNACHI.
No home is too big or too small. Our thorough inspection process will exhaust every effort to report issues. Our customers will be cleared of any uncertainty regarding the condition of their property.
Communication is the key to our success. Our certified professionals are driven to empower clients ensuring that our vision will be shared with yours.
Our thorough Buyer’s Inspection comes with our “No Stone Unturned” guarantee. Our inspectors take the time to ensure you have all your questions answered. We give you knowledge and confidence during one of life's biggest decisions.
Seller's inspections are conducted in order to identify defects or safety concerns that may hold up the process of selling your property. Identifying issues prior to closing can help expedite your sale, and encourage offers closer to your actual asking price.
Why should I get a home inspection?
Buying a home is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it's important to get a home inspection because the inspector should be able to discover and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer. Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs, to severe damage or safety and health concerns. Additionally, most mortgage companies require a home inspection on a property before approving the home loan.
How long does a home inspection take?
Depending on the home's age, size, and location, as well as the home inspector's own work protocols and ethic, your home inspection may take up to three hours. Adding square footage, outbuildings, and/or ancillary services (such as mold or radon testing) will increase that time. It may be necessary for your inspector to bring in a helper for a very large property. If your general home inspection takes significantly less than two to three hours, it may indicate that the inspector was not thorough enough.
What happens if the inspection reveals problems?
If your home inspection reveals any problems, it is important to understand the severity of the defect. For example, a missing shingle or dirty air filter can be easily fixed at a low cost. However, if the defect is more extreme, such as a major foundation crack, wood-destroying organism infestation, or evidence of mold, you should find out how these problems can be addressed, and whether you can negotiate their cost with the seller.
Can the home inspector also repair any defects he or she finds?
Elite Vision follows the InterNACHI code of ethics where members shall not perform or offer to perform, for an additional fee, any repairs or associated services to the structure for which the member or member's company has prepared a home inspection report for a period of 12 months. This provision shall not include services to components and/or systems that are not included in the InterNACHI Standards of Practice. If an inspector financially benefits from finding any defects, this can impact the accuracy of the report (whether intentional or not). Make sure the inspector you hire abides by a Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
At what point in the real estate transaction should I schedule a home inspection?
A home inspection is usually scheduled after an offer has been made and accepted, but before the closing date. That way, the inspector can rule out any major defects that could be dangerous or costly. In rare cases—due to timing or contractual issues—the inspection can be scheduled after the closing date. If this is the case, the home buyer should schedule the inspection for the earliest possible date after closing.
How can I be sure that a home inspector is qualified?
It is important to choose a home inspector who is qualified and holds a license or certification in the field. Many jurisdictions do not regulate home inspections, meaning that anyone could call themselves a home inspector. However, just because someone performs home inspections doesn't mean that they're actually qualified to do so. If you are buying or selling a home in an unregulated jurisdiction, make sure to look for a home inspector with the proper certifications. If you are located in a state or province that does require licensing of home inspectors, you should hire only a licensed professional.
Contact your state by phone or online to find out whether they license home inspectors, and what qualifications they're required to have. License numbers in licensing states may vary in appearance, but you should be able to independently verify it. If your state doesn't require licensing, find out what qualifications and certifications your home inspector has. The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors-InterNACHI is the largest and most trusted home inspector association in the world. Its members undergo rigorous training to become Certified Professional Inspectors (CPIs). They also follow a Standards of Practice and adhere to a Code of Ethics.
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