Homeowner and Landlord: Multi-Family Home Inspections

Purchasing a multi-family dwelling can be the beginning of a lucrative investment opportunity. If you are buying a home where you will also become the landlord, then you’ll want to know the condition of all the units to get a full picture of the extent of your investment. You can trust the experts at Evolve Property Inspections to provide the facts so you don’t need to guess anymore. In this article, we’ll help you navigate multi-family home inspections and explain how to use them to your benefit.

Multi-Family Home Inspection

When Do Buyers and Landlords Need These Inspections?

When you are in the process of purchasing a multi-family home, you’ll want to have the units evaluated with an inspection before the close of escrow. As a landlord, you should also consider annual inspections of the property, whether it’s a duplex, triplex, or fourplex, to ensure your tenants are maintaining them as they should be. Fortunately, we are experienced in evaluating mini-unit structures and have the expertise to determine the accurate condition of a property.

What Does a Multi-Family Dwelling Inspection Encompass?

Like a typical home inspection, a multi-family home inspection is a limited, noninvasive examination of the condition of your home. We will inspect interior and exterior components, such as the HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems, as well as the roof, foundation, decks, and framing, to name a few. You will receive a comprehensive report within 24 hours that provides all of the details you will need to assist in your negotiation. You may decide that it’s not a worthwhile investment once you have all the relevant information in front of you.

Schedule Your Multi-Family Home Inspection 

With family-owned Evolve Property Inspections, you get a certified master inspector with more than a decade of inspecting homes. We will help you make the most informed decision by providing all of the facts after your home inspection, termite inspection, mold inspection, or septic tank inspection. Please contact us today at (305) 506-8969 to request a quote or to schedule your inspection. We serve homeowners and business owners in Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas of Kendall, Pinecrest, Coral Gables, and Broward County.