FAQ's

What to do next?

Your contract has been accepted.  This is probably the biggest hurtle until closing day!  Now, you need Home Inspections and all kinds of appraisals.  We have a few items that hopefully help you understand what you need and might not need to schedule.  Following are some questions with a link to the answer. you are also welcome to contact our office anytime and we will answer any question before close of business the day you call.

Q: What Kind of Loan did you Qualify for? 

Q: What are all these Inspections?

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Q: Does the home have "Septic System"? 

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Q: Does the home have Public Water or Well system?

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Q: Do I have to be present during the Inspection?

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Q: When will my report be ready?

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Q: Are there any Discounts Available?

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Q: What times are available to schedule?

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Inspection Services

From here we hope to give you a better idea of which Inspection Services you would like to Schedule and we can help find the perfect time to help.

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General Home

Inspection

Putting 25+ years of experience to work for you!  Click for more information about our complete General Home Inspection.

A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections. The inspector prepares and delivers to the client a written report of findings

Buy Back Guarantee

If your participating inspector misses anything, we'll buy your home back.

And now for the “fine print”:

  • It's valid for home inspections performed for home buyers and home sellers by participating InterNACHI® Certified Professional Inspectors® only.

  • The home must be listed for sale with a licensed real estate agent.

  • The Guarantee excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected, per InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice.

  • The Guarantee will be honored for 90 days after closing.

  • InterNACHI® will pay you whatever price you paid for the home.

4-Point Inspection

Four point inspections are the tools that insurance underwriters and insurance companies use to determine risk. As you might have guessed, there are four main things that are being examined during a four-point inspection: 1) Electrical, 2) Plumbing, 3) Roof and Structure, and 4) HVAC system.

A home inspection is not always necessary in order to purchase homeowners insurance. That requirement is left to insurance companies to decide. If your house is more than 25 years old, and it hasn't been inspected recently, your insurer might require a 4-point inspection to qualify for a standard policy.

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Wind Mitigation 

A wind mitigation inspection is the only inspection that can significantly reduce the cost of your insurance policy. That’s because this inspection can affirm whether your home has features that drastically decrease the severity of property loss from hurricane wind. As always, the safer and stronger your home is, the lower your premiums may be.

1 - Year Home Warranty

HomeGauge and Global Home USA have agreed to include a "Home Inspector Service Option" in the purchase of a one year home warranty. Basically, if an item or component is deemed in good working order, not requiring servicing or repair "from the inspector's report," then it's covered under the terms of this warranty!

Certified Roof Inspector

A professional deck inspection cost typically ranges from as low as $25 for a 30-minute inspection to as high as $199 for a one-hour inspection, including a structural check, safety check and common building code violations check.

Southern Oaks Property Inspectors

407-497-0900

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