I have worked as an inspector for 20 plus years. I am fully licensed, bonded and insured in both Washington and Oregon. OCHI#369, WAHI#494, ORCCB#153464.
My inspections enable you to take control of your real estate transaction by helping you:
I am known for my experience and honesty.
Making sure potential buyers know, that the property they are purchasing is not a money pit.
I recommend Roland Holtz at Superior Inspection to my clients who are buying a home. Roland is not cheapest home inspector, but his flexibility in scheduling and inspection ability makes him worth the cost. Roland looks throughout the home from roof to crawlspace. He explains what he finds to the home buyer at the time of inspection, and the buyer knows what to expect from their home in the future! I have been very happy with Roland's work over the years, and so have my clients.
Roland found so much wrong with our prospective home that we bailed on the deal.
I had Roland do an inspection on a home I was buying and was very happy with the professional manner in which he conducted the job. He checked everything thoroughly and saved me some money. The seller and I were very pleased with his job and I would recommend him to anyone.
We were just newlyweds when we bought our first home several years ago, and since it was 30+ years old, we wanted to make sure we had a good home inspection. We were so pleased with the work that Roland performed. We felt he did a thorough job, and have had no surprises in the years since we’ve lived here. We’d recommend him!”
Every year I take continuing education courses. Prior to becoming a home inspector, I actually performed most if not all of the trades required to build a house. This experience allows me to find any material or workmanship defects that many inspectors would miss.
Home inspections are based on square footage of the home. At this time, base price for a home under 1500 is $375. For every 500 square feet above that there is small incremental increase.
First time buyers through people that own hundreds of units.
Being able to tell a young couple that thought the house might be a tear down was basically a sound home that just needed a lot of TLC, or being able to tell a couple that was truely in love with a home that had tens of thousands of dollars of problems that would bury them in dept.
Hire someone that is not only certified but has actually worked in some, or all of the trades required to build a house. Be cautious of hiring an inspector that has paid thousands of dollars and taken some courses to become certified, pass the test but knows nothing of construction.
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