With over 90% of home sales involving a home inspection (source: ASHI), it’s probably safe to say that home buyers recognize the value and power in having their new home inspected as part of their buying process. Just as important as it is to have your new home inspected, it is equally essential that you hire the right professional for the job. With a seemingly daunting number of home inspectors to choose from, we put together a list that will help you weed out the best from the rest so your home inspection can be a positive experience and truly helpful in making significant decisions. Here is our top five list of considerations.
Due North Property Inspection
Albertville Certified Home Inspection Services
We provide the best service possible and to arm you with the information you need about the condition of your property. We have the experience and knowledge necessary to provide a detailed inspection and to distinguish between major and minor problems with the home.
Due North Property Inspection provides Professional Home Inspection Services to clients in the greater Twin Cities and St. Cloud areas, including: Albertville, Anoka, Blaine, Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Champlin, Chanhassen, Eden Prairie, Edina, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Prior Lake, Rogers, Shakopee, St. Louis Park, St. Michael, St. Paul, Wayzata, Woodbury and the surrounding areas.
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Buyer's Pre-Purchase Home Inspection
Performed during a real estate transaction’s “inspection period”, this inspection and accompanying report will enable buyer's to make an educated purchasing decision. This visual inspection will alert you to any damage, components that are past their typical life span, potential safety...Know More
If You're Buying A Home in Minnesota, Have It Tested For Radon
The Minnesota Department of Health recommends that every home be tested for radon. The average radon level in Minnesota is more than three times higher than the U.S. radon level, and is considered a serious public health risk. This is due to our geology and how we operate our homes.Know More
Buying a home is a significant investment, and can be a scary or stressful event for some. Before signing the deal with your real estate agent, getting your home inspected by a professional home inspector is imperative.