Mobile Home Inspections
A home inspection should always be part of the home buying process. It surely is an absolute necessity for both buyer and seller. As a buyer, it is an investment that can save you hundreds of dollars. As a seller, having repairs before the listing of the property can help in faster selling. You could also sell it at a possibly higher price.
Mobile homes in Orange County have been gaining popularity in the last few years. It has since evolved in construction, efficiency, and design that are far more promising than that of yesterday. Valuespec Home Inspections Service knows just how mobile homes are paving their way to Orange County, CA, thus the emergence of their mobile home inspections service.
While one may seem to think purchasing a mobile home is as easy as ticking it off your list, you might want to think again. A real estate transaction is admittedly tedious and that doesn’t mean purchasing a mobile home is not one. Manufactured or mobile homes are built differently than a typical site-built residential home. This may also create unique issues that a typical homeowner would not recognize. The last thing you would want is to move into a home unaware of existing or potential problems.
“As an agent, I need an inspector I can count on. Most importantly someone who is efficient doesn’t break my clients’ bank and is always at the ready. Jeff really goes above and beyond for me and I very much appreciate it. You won’t be let down by using this home inspection service.” – Review of Valuespec Home Inspection Service By Shane Boukorras
Valuespec’s Mobile Home Inspection in Orange County, CA
Valuespec’s mobile home inspections in Orange County spends 3 to 4 hours of an extensive and thorough inspection of the home. We inspect from the roof to the ground. Specific areas are meticulously inspected especially those that are differently installed such as roofs, plumbing, septic system, electricity, heating, cooling, and flooring.
Competent and licensed Orange County mobile home inspectors know just where to pinpoint the unique issues in these factory-built homes. This allows them to scrutinize present and future issues that may be unsafe, costly, can lower the value of the home, or worse, beyond repair.