What Types Of Homes Require An Inspection Prior To Purchase?

If you are in the market for a new house, then you know that a home inspection will be part of the process. But, there are other types of new homes that will require and benefit from an inspection as well. Whether you are purchasing a townhouse, multi-family housing, or a condo, Evolve Property Inspections can help you make the most informed choice about your investment. Let’s take a look at the different types of home inspections that you might need that we offer.

Condo inspection

Townhouse Inspection 

Many people are drawn to townhomes for their lower prices, amenities, and ease of maintenance. If you are planning to call one of these villas your home, then be sure to contact us for a townhouse inspection during escrow. Our townhouse inspection checklist includes an examination of interior elements such as the HVAC system, plumbing system, electrical system, foundation, structural components, and many more. We also examine exterior elements like the driveway, walkway, decks, balconies, and framing, just to name a few.

Multi-Family Home Inspection

If you are considering the purchase of a multi-family home, you should have the units thoroughly assessed with a duplex inspection before the close of escrow. The Certified Master Inspectors at Evolve are experienced in evaluating multi-unit structures and will equip you with the information you need to make an educated decision. Within 24 hours of the inspection, we’ll issue a comprehensive, detailed inspection report documenting our findings. You can use this report to better negotiate your offer.

Condo Inspection

Life in a condo community can provide many of the same benefits of single-family home ownership, but without the outdoor maintenance and upkeep responsibilities. Evolve can help you move forward with your condo purchase by providing a condo inspection prior to the close of escrow. Condo inspections are similar to other inspections, but the main difference is that condo homeowners are typically not responsible for much of the exterior of the units or common areas, like swimming pools, tennis courts, etc. You must check with your HOA to see exactly what is within the legal boundary of your unit.

Schedule Your Inspection

Homeownership looks different from one family to the next, and Evolve Property Inspections can provide whatever type of inspection you may need. Purchasing a property is one of the most important decisions you will ever make, and our Certified Master Inspectors will arm you with the information you need to make the best one. Contact us today at (305) 506-8969 or request a quote now. We serve Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas.