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About Home Inspections
Homes in Florida can be old, bungalow-styled, or brand new so your home inspection report can vary drastically. Depending on the home, we could find evidence of termites, structural issues, or mold issues. This is because Florida is a very humid environment. Also, Florida homes tend to flex and move frequently since we are closer to sea level. Waypoint Property Inspection can help you with your home inspection throughout Central Florida and Tampa Bay so you can have peace of mind.
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How Much Does A Home Inspection Cost in Florida?
Home Inspection Costs can vary depending on the size and age of the home. For example, a smaller home that is relatively new might only cost about $350. On the other hand, a much larger home that was built in the 1920s would take a lot longer to inspect. Therefore, home inspection fees could be above $1,000. Read more about home inspection costs.
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View our home inspection checklist to ensure everything in your home is inspected properly.
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With Waypoint, you will receive the report the same day. In most cases, it will be later in the afternoon.
Whenever you are calling a home inspection company for a quote, be sure to ask them what home inspector organizations they belong to and why you should schedule with them. You can also explore their websites and online reviews.
Yes and no. You are not required to have a re-inspection after an inspection. However, in some cases, you may opt to do so or need to. For example, with a four-point inspection, you may need a re-inspection to verify repairs have been made for insurance purposes. Additionally, after repairs have been made on a home you are purchasing, you may opt to have a re-inspection to verify the seller had the repairs completed professionally.
We do charge for re-inspections for a nominal fee.
The short answer is no. While home inspectors on-site may give you a range for certain repairs, we are not contractors, and repair pricing tends to fluctuate depending on your area, the economy, and the company. Ultimately, you should speak with your Realtor and ask for recommendations for contractors to inquire with.
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