Whether you are a buyer or seller, a Preferred Property inspection provides you with peace of mind as you make one of the most important decisions in your lifetime. According to a recent study by the American Society of Home Inspectors and the National Association of Realtors, 8 out of 10 home buyers order a home inspection as part of their contract negotiations. A thorough, accurate home inspection will give you the information you need concerning possible major defects, potential future problems, safety concerns and normal required maintenance items that you need to know about prior to closing your deal.
As your inspector I will be available both during and after your property inspection for advice, assistance, and general information that you will need as you prepare to move forward with this step in your life. Serving Somerset, Pulaski County and surrounding counties in Kentucky, my goal at Preferred Property is to provide my customers with a detailed professional report which clearly portrays the visual conditions of the physical structure and systems of the home at the time of the inspection. You, as my client, are encouraged to be present during the inspection to ask questions and gain insight to all areas of the home you are about to purchase. Your mind will be at ease knowing that a thorough and accurate inspection has been completed to your satisfaction. There is assurance and comfort in knowing that you have a detailed inspection report by a licensed Kentucky home inspector.
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The inspection you get will be thorough, unbiased and accurate. After all, this may be the single largest investment of your life. No one wants to purchase a home and then find out about unplanned additional expenses that they were not aware of during the purchase. A Preferred Property inspection gives you the information you need when it comes time to negotiate the purchase of the home, to determine possible future costs to maintain or repairs that will need to be made prior to the sale of the property.
Somerset Kentucky in Pulaski County is the base of operations for home inspections and radon testing but home inspections and radon testing are also performed in the following counties, Laurel, Knott, Whitley, McCreary, Russell, Lincoln, Wayne, Clinton and Casey. Some of the larger towns include Somerset, Monticello, London, Barbourville, Burnside, Bronston, Science Hill, Eubank, Jamestown, Russell Springs and Liberty.