My job is simple. I turn questions, doubts and concerns about a property into facts. When we have the facts about a building it is easier to make a decision. We can manage facts.
The underlying strategy I use to conduct a property inspection is very effective. I ask myself, “If I were buying this property, what would I want to know?”
The answer is simple: EVERYTHING!
Collecting that information requires focus, skill and time. My clients appreciate the results.
In fact, “Very Thorough” is the comment most often stated by clients to describe the inspection presentation and written report they receive.
ABOUT INSPECTING HOMES
It is amazing how diverse California properties are.
Working in the High Sierra counties of Calaveras, Tuolumne, Alpine and Amador; lake communities of the foothills, rural and farming communities of the Central Valley counties of San Joaquin and Stanislaus and the metropolitan counties of the San Francisco Bay Area including Alameda, Contra Costa County and Santa Cruz has provided an amazing range of experience, opportunity and perspective.
The list of home styles I have inspected covers virtually everything under the sun. Many of the properties are custom built, many date back to the 1800′s, and the variety of home owner “modifications” I have encountered is endless.
Plus, how many home inspectors do you know who could say they have inspected homes with their very own gold mines on the property?!
The home style list includes but is not limited to:
- Camping Resorts (with 9 cabins)
- Community Club Houses
- Custom Homes
- Elite Executive Homes
- Garden Homes
- Golf Country Club Homes
- Historic Bed and Breakfasts
- Historic Buildings
- Hunting Lodges
- Log Cabins and Log Homes
- Manufactured Homes
- Mountain Cabins
- Ranch Homes
- Ski Resort Cabins
- Solar Homes
- Tract Homes
- Water Front Homes