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Legacy Home Inspection

Residential Real Estate Listings

Real Estate Inspections are one of the most important steps you can take to make sure your new home is a sound investment and a safe place to live. Home Inspections provide important information necessary to make an educated decision on such long-term purchases. Inspections provide you with a detailed list of items that are in need of repair. You can then request that the seller make repairs or credit the price of the home to offset the cost of  these repairs. Your Realtor is an expert in negotiating any inspection concerns on your behalf. 
 
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Commercial & Business Listings

In business, most often,  location is key and the building's condition itself is second priority. Commercial properties are typically modified to suit. Commercial properties often have hidden hazards or deficiencies such as electrical and plumbing that can represent a significant cost to repair. A commercial inspection will point out deficiencies, neglect,  and problems that can directly affect your business opening and operation. If you plan on purchasing or leasing a property for your business, Legacy can evaluate/inspect with your business model in mind.
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Rental Property Inspections

Legacy offers inspections to accomodate the growing demand for Rental Property Inspections. We are unaware of any other company offering such inspections. As with purchasing a home, long-term rental arrangements are very common. Landlords or tenants can request inspections to document property condition before or after a tenant occupancy. This eliminates any debate at the end of a lease if any damage to a property should be remedied through use of security deposit funds. Landlords are increasingly requesting this type of third-party inspection to protect their investments. 

New Construction & Warranty

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Newly constructed homes should be inspected independently and no differently than an existing home purchase. Just because local Building Codes were checked doesn't mean a house and it's building materials are free of defects. Code inspectors do not enter crawlspaces and attics. Even experienced homebuyers can make this mistake. Whether your home is new or your Builder's Warranty is about to expire, we strongly recommend an inspection. Substandard building materials/methods can pass a code inspection but will not last their intended life expectancy. Legacy was founded by an AZ Home Builder. Let our experience work for you.