The purchase of a multi-family home or apartment building can be a great way to generate rental income and build equity in a commercial property. While the rewards can be higher, the stakes are higher too. The infrastructure and the systems that support the building can be larger and more complex, and quite possibly more expensive to maintain and replace. An inspection can be a very small investment in the long run.
Your Multifamily Home Inspection from Under Construction Home Inspections (UCHI) will be performed by Texas Real Estate Commission (TRC) licensed inspectors in accordance with the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Standards of Practice. Our detailed and comprehensive inspection report will tell you what needs to be replaced or repaired, what safety concerns exist, and what routine ongoing maintenance tasks you should plan to perform as the new owner.
During a typical inspection many components and systems will be inspected and assessed. These include and may not be limited to:
• Roofing and Attics
• Structure and foundation
• Basements and crawl spaces
• Electrical systems
• Plumbing systems and fixtures
• Interior rooms and spaces
• Insulation and ventilation
• Decks and porches
When you consider quality of tenants you can attract to a rental property is often dependent upon the cleanliness and appearance of the rental unit and property, a proper, professional inspection makes the most sense.When you purchase it, keep in mind the cost of repairs and upgrades to the building that may be needed to make it attractive.
A Multi-family Home Building Inspection by Under Construction Home Inspections will reduce the risk of costly surprises with what is likely to be a significant business decision. Our goal is to help you feel secure and confident about your decision.