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B4U Close Home Inspections

Kentucky Home Inspections - Central, Northern, & Eastern Kentucky Home Inspector

Kentucky Home Buyers & Kentucky Home Sellers

Locally owned & operated  --  Not a Franchise

Phone:             502-570-4054                                                                 P. O. Box 915

Toll Free:         877-513-8235                 www.B4UClose.com                Georgetown, KY 40324

FAX:                 502-570-4154                                                                 E-Mail

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What does a B4U Close Home Inspection Cost?

The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten. (Author unknown)

The cost of a B4U Close home inspection varies based on the following information:

*     Size of the house
*     Crawl Space, Basement, or slab
*     Number of bathrooms
*     Number of Air Conditioning/Heating Systems
*     Outbuildings or recreational facilities included or not included
       in the inspection.
*     As we service a large area, the distance we have to travel to get
 to the property may also play into the cost.

You need to learn as much as you can about the condition of the property and the need for any major repairs B4U Close to minimize unpleasant surprises and costly repairs afterward. Now is the time to schedule a thorough professional B4U Close Home Inspection.

You plan to spend tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars on your home. You've recently been crunching the numbers, negotiating offers, adding up closing costs, shopping for mortgages, and trying to get the best deals. Let us crunch a number for you. Another $50 to $100 for a qualified inspector is usually less than one tenth of one percent of the cost of the home. Don't let real estate agents (who are getting SIX percent or more), a cut-rate inspector, or anyone else talk you into skimping here.

We know what we are worth.  The cut-rate inspectors know their own worth too!

Do your family, yourself, and your wallet a favor...pay a little more.  The investment in a B4U Close Home Inspection will help get you into a safe happy home instead of a Disaster Mansion.

A Professional Home Inspector can, and usually does, save a Buyer or Seller several hundred, if not thousands of dollars when negotiating the price of the sale.

EXAMPLES from both perspectives:

:  Your B4U Close inspector finds small clues that foretell future foundation damage that will need expensive repairs.  (Professional home inspectors know about these clues because, unlike the cheap quickie inspector, they attend continuing education and spend time staying informed of new issues.)  Foundation repairs can cost several thousand dollars.  You should expect to get a reduction in the price of the property to cover this unexpected expense.  Compare the cost of the B4U Close home inspection to this cost.  Was it worth the extra dollars for the B4U Close home inspection?

Sellers:  What happens when your B4U Close pre-listing inspection reveals the small clues that foretell future foundation damage.  You are in control.  You decide how to fix it, or what adjustment to make in the price of your home, before listing it..  It doesn't come up as a last minute surprise resulting in stressful, hurried negotiations and thousands of dollars in price reductions.

You have already taken care of it, disclosed the issue and the repair, and taken it into consideration when you set the price of your home.  If you lean toward having a cheap quickie inspection, just so you can say the property is "pre-inspected", don't waste your money.  When the buyer's B4U Close inspector finds the advanced problems missed by your quickie inspector, you'll need the money to make repairs.

A technically exhaustive inspection can cost several thousand dollars as specialists in each area of the home's systems are called in to dismantle, measure and evaluate each system.  An inspection of this depth is not usually necessary during a residential real estate transaction.

A generalist inspection costs significantly less depending on what exactly is inspected, along with the conditions noted above.

Our inspection takes approximately two to four hours.  We provide a professional inspection and a computer generated written report, customized to your property.  We summarize the problem areas and provide a photo album of the problem areas to help specialists and others involved to readily identify those problem areas.  We also will provide, at your request, a copy of the report summary for your real estate agent's use in discussing repair issues with the necessary individuals.  In addition we provide other information as listed on our web site.

Samples of our inspection report are available on this web site.

Please call or e-mail us with your information to obtain the price of a professional home inspection.

Whatever your decision, don't buy a home without a Professional Home Inspection.

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