Home Inspector Serving Phoenix, AZ and Surrounding Areas
From the desk of Kei,
Re: I want to present home buyers with all of the facts about the home they’re considering buying to help them make the best possible decisions.
That’s right, a buyer’s home inspection can help prevent you from buying a money pit that could swallow up all of your savings.
Here’s the problem, you’re making one of the most significant investments a person can make in their lifetime, and you need to know everything there is to know about the house you’re considering.
Purchasing a house that turns into a money pit could put the financial well-being of your family or investment at great risk.
Luckily for you, Kei Home Inspections is serious, detailed, and precise about uncovering potential issues that could otherwise impact your investment.
The ASHI Certified Inspector (ACI) program promotes excellence within the home inspector profession as well as continual improvement of ACI’s services to the public. The ASHI certification program establishes a minimum and uniform standard of practice for home inspectors practicing in the United States and Canada.
Kei graduated from Washington State University and now lives in Phoenix, AZ.
Kei is a dedicated and certified home inspector, passing his National Home Inspector Exam with flying colors and obtaining his Arizona Board of Technical Registration Home Inspector License.
With a refreshing understanding of what home buyers and sellers need from their home inspector, there’s no doubt he’ll be able to exceed your expectations.
Below are just a few notable certifications, memberships, and associations:
*Additional fees may apply due to distance, detached buildings, Homes over 20 years old, and/or complexity of the Light Commercial property or Home.
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Active military people’s service to our country and people over the age of 55 who have worked, mentored and raised the next generation of United States citizens deserve our thanks. Because of this, Kei Home Inspections believe all active Military and people over the age of 55 deserve a discount on their home inspection.
Senior Discount: $25.00 off or 10% off whichever is more. To qualify for the Senior Discount (55+), proof of age will need to be shown at time of payment.
Military Discount: $25.00 off or 10% off whichever is more. To qualify for the Military Discount, proof of being an active enlisted member in the US Military must be shown at time of payment.
Now that’s some serious peace of mind...
It can be done ‘if’ the Seller approves. Normally, the home inspection is done after the offer is made.
It depends on the State and/or the Lender. But, why would you make such a huge investment and put your family’s health, safety or your investment at risk without a home Inspection?
There are several reasons. Here are just a few:
Home inspection costs vary due to the size, age, etc. of the home. For the buyer’s peace of mind, the cost is minimal. Please contact your preferred Home Inspector for pricing.
The easiest way is to look online. The ASHI website is your best resource. Go to homeinspector.org and click on the ‘Find an Inspector’ link. Or, contact your Realtor for a list of home inspectors in your buying area. Then do your research to make a quality decision.
If you’re in the Phoenix or the surrounding areas, you can schedule with Kei Home Inspections here.
Please find our page on “How to Prepare For a Home Inspection” here to learn more about the process.
No, they do not.
A home inspection report should have the report summary read first. Once completed, the entire home inspection report should be read. Make notes regarding the findings of the home inspection. If there are any questions about the report, please feel free to contact the home inspector to answer those questions.
You can view our sample home inspection reports here to get a better idea of what a home inspection report looks like.