AmeriSpec Report

When you need expert insight into the condition of a property, turn to AmeriSpec and receive a detailed reference for the ins, outs, ups and downs of the property.

A lot of variables are at play when purchasing or selling a property, and it can be difficult to feel in control. Luckily, an AmeriSpec Report from your local trained and certified inspector means well-informed when it comes to the condition of your property.

What’s Included in Your Property Inspection Report

By choosing AmeriSpec, you get access to a truly comprehensive, detailed evaluation on the condition of a property that allows you to make more informed buying and selling decisions. Your certified inspector inspects more than 400 items around the home or commercial property, including:

  • Roof
  • Exterior home components
  • Electrical systems
  • Interior and exterior foundation
  • Heating and air conditioning systems
  • Plumbing systems
  • Attic, basement and/or crawl space
  • Room-by-room review

Though a home inspection doesn’t focus on cosmetic issues, a thorough AmeriSpec inspection includes all major systems and components to describe the property condition as a snapshot in time. The report also includes important information like the location of shut-off valves and HVAC filter sizes and includes any fire, health and safety issues. 

How to Use Your Property Inspection Report

Thanks to an easy-to-understand inspection report format, detailed notes and helpful photos, the nitty gritty specifics of your residential or commercial property are at your fingertips. 

If your inspector spots an issue, they will include a photo in their report. This documentation is also helpful if an issue needs to be repaired. Usually, the hired professional or technician can easily identify the repair needed based on the photo. And after the repair is completed, these images act as a valuable reference to make sure they were completed accordingly.

As a buyer, you and your real estate professional can use these insights as leverage to negotiate with the seller — including requesting repairs or receiving a credit (also known as a concession) for repairs after the sale. You can also use the inspection report information to back out of a deal, if needed.

If you’re on the other side of the table as a seller opting for a pre-listing inspection, you can address any needed repairs before you list, price your home accordingly, and have peace of mind knowing you won’t be blindsided by issues during the selling process.

Ready to Find a Certified Home Inspector Near You?

With more than 300 locations throughout the country, it’s easy to find a certified AmeriSpec inspector near you. Reach out and schedule your property inspection today.

The AmeriSpec real estate inspection services may not be available everywhere. Please contact your local AmeriSpec office for more details. AmeriSpec services are provided by independently owned and operated franchises. Availability of services may vary depending on location.