The Townhome Inspection is a visual, non-invasive inspection of the various systems and components in the Property.
The purpose of a Property Inspection is to identify material defects and the condition of the property. A material defects include structural, life and safety defects or defects expensive to remedy. An InterNACHI calls these as significant defects.
The InterNACHI Inspection is also to call out Property System and items that are past their service life. These items are functioning as intended, but they are old. Normally the appraisal takes this into account as the appraised value calculates the effective age.
Again, “The purpose of a Property Inspection is Not to identify the normal wear and tear items to re-negotiate the purchase contract.”
The Home, Condo or Townhome Inspection is also to inform First Time Buyers of some of the operational and maintenance considerations of the used Property.
You should not expect your inspector to find everything wrong with the property or predict future conditions on what could go wrong.
We make every Inspection a Champion. Each member of our team is an expert in his or her field, so you can count on Champion's systematic approach to providing the most detailed, comprehensive, and reliable reports possible. Get started by Scheduling an Utah Home Inspector in your area.
***Commercial property inspections are available/ prices vary depending on inspection requests.
Townhomes up to 1850 Sqft
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