I know that as a home builder, you’re constantly competing with the offerings of other home builders in your area. So wouldn’t it be nice to have an edge on those other builders? Some way to verify the quality and craftsmanship that goes into your homes? Maybe even a tangible tool to help justify a premium price?
This gives you an opportunity to tangibly set your homes apart and make a bold public statement that you stand behind your construction methods and materials, simply by contracting with HouseCheck to conduct unbiased, third-party inspections of your houses.
The fact is, consumers will prefer a home that has has an assessment to one that hasn’t.
As a Homeowner’s Association, you’re responsible for creating short- and long-term budgets. That requires a detailed assessment of the Association’s assets, coupled with an informed projection of what the future likely holds for those assets.
Whether you’re budgeting the maintenance of pools and community buildings, or just irrigation maintenance and tree trimming, you’ll need the expert advice of a property inspector who has the training to provide realistic estimates of the condition of your property now and into the future.
If you manage a rental property, you know that renters come and go. It’s critical to maintain your property and stay on top of any red flags in order to avoid the need for costly repairs and minimize the time your property remains vacant when a renter decides to depart.
I will assess and document ‘normal’ wear and tear, identify and document any damage which may have been caused by the renter.
Whether you are preparing your rental property for new renters or planning to sell it, an assessment can be a valuable tool. I have the expertise to fully understand the condition of your rental property.
As a banking and mortgage institution you’re faced with foreclosures as a natural part of your business, each one bringing with it a unique set of challenges.
A high percentage of foreclosed properties have been neglected over a period of time, and therefore are in a distressed condition. There also may be damage due to vandalism, caused either by the former residents or by others who unlawfully access the property after it’s been vacated.
Obviously, you need to develop a plan to deal with these foreclosed properties; and that plan begins with a comprehensive, accurate assessment that gives you all the facts about the property.
An assessment provides the information you need to create a plan to deal constructively with a foreclosed property.
After the repairs have been completed, A follow-up assessment can be conductecd to provide the current condition of the property and to verify that all repairs have been completed satisfactorily. This enables you to manage the rehabilitation process from a remote location, if necessary.
If your business is looking into purchasing, leasing a property or are in need of a current assessment, I recommend having a property conditions assessment conducted.
Building and property deficiencies can be debilitating to a business’ productivity, regardless of whether the property is leased or owned.
You can be assured that you’re receiving an accurate and comprehensive property report. This information will empower you to make informed decisions regarding the property initially and long into the future.
I am also experienced and can conduct a "punch-list". As a third party I can objectively assess the building against the drawings and note items that do not match.
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