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You can call 210-705-9314 and pay over the phone.
You can pay at the time of inspection with cash, credit/debit.
We don't accept personal checks at this time.
Taxes are included in all methods of payment.
Home Inspection Cost - According to HomeAdvisor
A house inspection costs around $350 for homes that are between 1,000 and 2,000 square feet. Larger homes over 2,000 square feet cost $375 - $400
The average cost of home inspection is $350, but it varies depending on whether you own a house, or an apartment / Condo unit.
Units inspections on average, a unit inspection costs $300 - $350
According to HomeAdvisor, new construction home inspection costs $350 - $400
While you might think there’s no need to have a new construction home inspected, it’s worth it to get it inspected before you buy it. A home inspection can reveal issues you might otherwise not know about, providing you with the opportunity to address them before buying your home.
"Protect your investment, get your house inspected"
Did you know the average listing price of a home in Bexar County is nearly $250,000? and in some areas, it’s more than $350,000!
If you’re like most people, a home is probably the largest investment you’ll make in your lifetime. And there is so much risk involved. Many defects can hide behind walls, under floors, and in the dark corners of attics, electrical problems, plumbing issues, water damage, structural issues… the list goes on and on. Which is why a quality home inspection is one of the most valuable investments you can make.
The cost of a home inspection is very small relative to the cost of a house. Most home inspections cost less than $400 with many closer to around $500. That’s a small price to pay for peace of mind when facing this high-dollar investment.
How is the Price of a Home Inspection Determined?
Every home inspection company will have its own unique method for determining the cost of your inspection. However, there are considerations that all will take into account. For example, your home inspector will set the price based on a number of common factors like:
· The home’s square footage: Most home inspectors base their fees on the size of the home inclusive of all floors, attics, and porches. And most will have a minimum fee for small homes and those with pier and beam foundations.
· The presence of certain items on your property, for example, a pool, a spa, outbuildings, or a high-pitched roof that may require additional time to walk thoroughly, or the use of specialized equipment like Drones.
· The age of the home or condo: Older or historic homes may take longer to inspect, particularly if the home has undergone extensive renovations, which can lead to complicating factors, like electrical systems.
· The local real estate market — if more people are buying homes, home inspectors are in demand and competition can drive prices up.
A few additional factors may also affect the price. Estimates can vary based on the location of the property — if it’s outside the inspector’s normal service area, there may be a travel fee included. Additional travel fees may be applied if the inspector travels to a property only to find the home isn’t “inspection-ready” or keys and combinations to items on the property aren’t made available. And the reinspection of defects that the seller agrees to fix may or may not be included in the inspector’s final estimate.
Why Shouldn’t you Choose a Home Inspector Based on Cost Alone?
All home inspectors are required to be licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), which indicates a certain level of education, training, and professionalism.
Quality, however, comes from experience on the ground. A high-quality inspector will go beyond TREC’s minimum inspection requirements. His report should be longer and more detailed than TREC’s minimum report (which is only required to be six pages, with no pictures and only a few performance statements). He should educate you, make sure you understand the findings, and go the extra mile to make sure you are satisfied.
And remember, you’re not hiring a company, you’re hiring a person. Many of the larger inspection firms hire new inspectors with little field experience. Make sure your inspector has a depth of experience, ideally with inspections in South Texas to get the most from this small, but extremely valuable, investment in a home inspection.
And remember! Finding the best home inspector for you is key to ensuring you are making a wise home investment decision. We hope you’ll reach out to us if you are in the process of buying your new-build, or existing home.
Almana Home Inspections
"We deliver peace of mind with every inspection"
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All houses are different, and all houses are located at different locations.
The average Inspection Fees above, are JUST an estimation based on general information of a house and its location. Inspection prices may vary.
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