27 Years of Professional Creative Real Estate Financing in Florida and Michigan

Pamela J. Gordon


A General Home Inspection usually includes:

  • Roof / Attic & Insulation
  • Foundation & Structure
  • Heating & Air-conditioning
  • Electrical System
  • Plumbing System
  • Interior & Exterior Window / Doors
  • Appliances
  • Site assessment

Also some home inspections will include:

  • FREE LIFETIME CONSULTING is a value added service provided to each homeowner upon completion of inspection. You can call the inspector with any questions or problems you may encounter with the home for as long as you live in it.
  • FREE MOLD RISK ASSESSMENT is included with each home inspection to provide you with information necessary to identify a home’s risk of mold infestation.

Additional certified service available that you may also want completed:

  • Swimming pools 
  • Hot tubs Seawalls 
  • Dock & Boat lifts
  • Well inspection
  • Potable water testing
  • Mold inspection & sampling

It is important to be sure that the inspector and the home inspection company is certified.  You will also want to know what they are responsible for if they miss major defects in the home.  We are happy to refer you to inspectors in your area that we know have provided excellent service to our clients in the past.

Contact us for referrals to the highly qualified inspectors in your area!

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Professional Inspections

When you are buying your new home, it is advisable to have a professional home inspection done. Your purchase agreement should be based on the results of this inspection.  This will help you to determine any problems with the home that may be costly to repair or difficult to do so.  It will also give you advice about the maintenance of certain features in the home.  If the inspection reveals items that need repairing that you were unaware of, you can then go back and renegotiate the price with the seller or request them to make the repairs prior to the closing.

​Certified inspectors should provide a detailed investigation of the home’s functional components identifying & documenting deficiencies, safety issues and quality components. They will provide a written report with photographic documentation and diagrams.