NJ Home Inspector Necessary For Fixer Upper

NJ home inspector

Sherlock Home Inspectors, NJ home inspection services

A NJ home inspector is necessary for anyone buying a fixer upper. Every home has flaws that show up on a home inspection report, even new homes. However, not all of these flaws are big issues. When it comes to a fixer upper people expect issues to exist. Often these issues are expected to be big problems. This is, in part, why many buyers expect to find a bargain in a fixer upper. Bergen County home inspections provided by Sherlock Home Inspectors ensure that buyers know exactly what they are getting when they are buying a fixer upper.

A fixer upper sounds like a bargain. You expect to buy a fixer upper at a lower price, make renovations, and gain instant equity. Some people buy a fixer upper with an eye on flipping while others want to live in the home. Regardless, a fixer upper is no bargain if it is in far worse condition that simply needing an update. A NJ home inspection will reveal whether large issues exist.

NJ home inspector

Your Bergen County NJ home inspector will examine every square inch of a home. This will uncover issues with the plumbing system, electrical system, roof, foundation, and structure, to name a few items related to a home. Knowing the basics of a fixer upper are in worthwhile condition ensures that the investment you are making is a wise one.

Schedule your NJ home inspection today

Contact Sherlock Home Inspectors today to learn more about New Jersey home inspections. We welcome the opportunity to walk you through the process while sharing a copy of our checklist with you. Let our knowledge and experience serve as your guide to the home inspection process, providing an expert NJ home inspector to examine your fixer upper.

Click here to read “Don’t Buy That Fixer-Upper (Unless You Know These 4 Things)” from House Logic.

Sherlock Home Inspectors, your pre-purchase consultants. We have been serving New York and New Jersey since 1976. Let us inspect your home prior to selling to avoid any unnecessary surprises.