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Sample Home Inspection Reports
Sample 2000-Item Home Inspection Reports
We only write 10key comments for our all of home inspection reports.
These are answers to 10 key questions using plain language and a 5th-grade reading level every report should include if they want you want to understand the full scope of each issue and the impact is has on the home.
For you, this also means:
No lines of nonsense
No vague descriptions
No confusing words
Our home inspection reports also include enhanced photos to help you – and anyone else – understand the details.
Plus, each report includes safety, major, and maintenance summaries that help you put all the defects into the proper perspective.
Sample Major-Item Home Inspection Reports
Our Major-item inspection is designed with the real estate investor or bare-bones hands-on homebuyer in mind.
This beefy inspection covers:
- HVAC (heating and cooling) systems
Your major-items home inspection report also comes with the same detailed digital report and enhanced color photos.
Check out the sample home inspection reports below:
Multi-Family Sample Home Inspection Reports
Our multi-family inspection covers the major areas along with living areas, restrooms, and common areas.
Why Did This Homebuyer Choose Bulldog?
Tyler was a no-nonsense first-time homebuyer who interviewed a few home inspectors before finally choosing us.
When it was over, we only asked him to answer 3 questions:
1. What dId you think about our service?
2. Which services did you order?
3. Would you recommend us to others?
This is what he said.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When you’re NOT concerned about defects in other areas or the home is in REALLY rough condition.
Yes, always. As long as there is safe access and the pitch is not too steep (usually 8-12 or greater).
Many real estate investors do not want a termite inspection, so it’s NOT included.
Not at all.
It takes years to master this craft.
Less experienced operators won’t have the same knowledge, experience, and intuition as someone who’s seen something a thousand times before.
This is important.
Your home is an engineering feat and you’re about to take full responsibility for it.
1. Have questions.
It’s best to ask before the inspection and again at the end.
2. Attend the inspection.
But try not to distract the inspector with chitchat. He’s trying to build a story that will help you buy the home. Feel free to observe, take measurements, jot down notes, and be there for the summary and discussion when it’s over.