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The Inspection Time
Legacy has pioneered the use of 2 state-licensed inspectors on each inspection. During your inspection time, our inspectors will move through the home in a methodical manner taking pictures and begin preparing your inspection report.
In order to maintain focus and photograph the property in a timely manner, clients are encouraged to not distract from this portion of the inspection. An inspection report is only as good as the pictures and descriptions it contains. For example, "location reference" pictures are critical to producing a clear & concise report that everyone (especially the seller and their contractors) can understand easily.
The Inspection Review (aka "wrap up")
Realtors see poorly written inspection reports all the time whether it's from a newer inspector with less experience or from an inspector just trying to compete on price. Regardless, such reports sound like they were written by a robot, contain very few pictures, and give the buyer little to no recommendations on how to move forward.
For this reason, many Realtors encourage their clients to meet their inspectors for 20 or 30 minutes at the end of their inspection to discuss any major findings.
Meeting with your inspector is entirely optional and is not a technically exhaustive review / discussion of all report items.
After your inspection
As a former contractor, we encourage all of our clients to keep in touch and call or text us any time with any questions or concerns. While we can't recommend local contractors (conflict of interest) to our clients, we're always happy to stop by and/or point you in the right direction with any home-related issues.
No questions are too small.