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These days when you are going to purchase anything new, you have incredible resources available to research your purchase before committing to buy. You can read reviews, read specifications, seek out information about the manufacturer and how they treat customers, ask questions and more. If you are spending your hard earned money, you want to make sure you are getting exactly what you pay for.
The same is NOT true when you are buying a home. In most cases you will know precious little about the current condition of the home you are considering including, who built it, what kind of work they do, and how the previous owners have or have not cared for the property. Are there updates that are needed, and were they already done? Is there hidden damage, skillfully concealed by an eager seller?
Many buyers assume that their Realtor will provide this information, or just know if there is a problem. While Realtors are skilled professionals, they work primarily with the marketing of properties and with joining buyers and sellers so that they can make a commission. So who can watch out for you? A Tri-State ASHI Home Inspector, that’s who!
A Tri-State ASHI home inspector works for you and only you. They have the education, experience, and knowledge necessary to thoroughly evaluate any property for you, or evaluate the work of other construction professionals. A Tri-State ASHI inspector is governed by strict legal and ethical standards, and since they are not paid as a by-product of a sale, they are able to give you the good, or the bad news so that you can make an informed, educated decision about one of the largest purchases you may ever make. Schedule an evaluation by a Tri-State ASHI Home Inspector today.