Sample inspection report on an Albany, NY ranch home built in 1970. The home was in average condition for a home of this age with the typical deferred maintenance items found. One major item found was the use of only one flue for the oil furnace and wood stove. Typicle electrical issues were found as well as some safety issues with the deck and stairs. Ancillary services conducted on this home included a radon gas test, WDI inspection, water quality and well water flow test. Recommendations were made to improve the safety and to bring the home closer to today's standards.
Sample inspection report on a two story Clifton Park, NY home built in 1965. This home was in average condition for a home of this age. The home had hot water heat and was recently upgraded with Central Air Conditioning. The home had some electrical conditions needing repair and improvements to bring it up to today's safety standards.
Sample inspection report on a two family Schenectady, NY home built in approximately 1920. Ancillary services on this home included radon gas testing and a WDI inspection. No major defects were found in this home but several areas needed further evaluation by qualified contractors in different fields. The home needed repairs to several areas to prevent further deterioration and to improve safety in the home.
Sample inspection report on a first floor Saratoga Springs, NY condominium built in approximately 1998. Exterior and "common areas" are not usually part of these inspections as these areas are the responsability the HOA. A cursory inspection was done to these areas to inspect for any safety issues that might effect the buyers. The condominium was well maintanied with a newer water heater and appliances. The furnace and AC unit were orginal. Minor repairs were needed to some windows.
The purpose of Move-In / Move-Out Inspections is to determine the true condition of a rental property before a tenant moves in and after they move out.. Upon move-in, landlords require that tenants pay a security deposit which is money that the landlord may use to account for damages to the property or other tenant failures. By proforming a Move-In Inspection, both landlord and tenant can determine the condition of a rental unit at the time the tenant moves in.
A Move-Out Inspection assesses the state of the rental property when tenants leave the property. This information is compared to the information provided in the Move-In Inspection and is often the bases for security deposit deductions.