What we like about Housecall is their service.  It has been many months since our home inspection, and my wife and I still call them to ask questions.  They always take the time to talk with us and we never feel rushed.  This is our first home, and it is nice knowing you have someone you can call.  They deliver on their promise.        -  Mr. & Mrs. Pickard, San Diego

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Why A Real Estate Inspection Is Essential In This Market
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When selecting a home in San Diego, the single most important step before the contract is signed is being sure the property is safe and structurally sound. A real estate inspector from Housecall Property Inspections is your best defense in ensuring your home is just that. A home may look perfectly fine on the surface, but the only way to know for sure is to work with a professional real estate inspector. Housecall Property Inspections is the home inspection company that provides inspection services throughout San Diego County.

What Does A Home Inspector Do?

A home inspector's job is to save you the time and trouble of digging up any surprises your new home might be hiding. Anyone can tell you they are "handy" and capable of performing expert renovations, but only a real estate inspector can discern just how good a job has been done. You know, it's one thing to call yourself a "do it yourself" type of person, but when it comes to factors involving plumbing, heating and electricity, a real estate inspector will be able to tell you the condition of tehse components.
Many people feel they can accomplish a simple home maintenance task with a quick trip to the local hardware store. Often times, those issues do not become obvious until long after a new owner has taken possession of a home. A real estate inspector will tell you if there is anything that must be fixed or modified before you go to closing. That way, any improvements or renovations would be completed by the previous owners, not you. The last thing you want after you take title to your brand new home are any ugly surprises.
The only way to be absolutely sure is by retaining the services of a home inspector. Housecall Property Inspections gives would-be home-owners a descriptive account of all the potential issues in their new home. You will be encouraged by the home inspector to go with him as he goes through the property. That way, you get a first-hand account of the things you have not considered when you walked through the property by yourself.
At the time the home inspector is done with his rounds and finalized his notes, you can expect to receive a detailed survey on exactly what needs to be fixed or replaced. Many of these issues (especially the larger ones) can be negotiated during closing. Getting to the final step in a real estate purchase can be a major challenge. Contracting with a real-estate inspector can help level the playing field by offering both parties to the transaction the chance to work out all the particulars crucial for a smooth and efficient real estate transaction.
For more information on Housecall Property Inspections, check out their web page at http://www.sandiegohomeinspect.com. There, you will find tips on selecting a home inspector. Your loved ones rightfully deserve to live in a dependable and secure home. Housecall Property Inspections will help ensure you reach that goal. Your own safety and that of your loved ones is their primary concern.

Areas Served: We serve the areas listed above as well as many others. If you do not see your city, please contact us. We will be proud to serve your city.
Darin Redding
Written on Sunday, 27 March 2011 17:57 by Darin Redding

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6826 Millbrook St.
San Diego, CA 92120