RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSPECTIONS
My years of experience as a bay area Architect, General Contractor & Property Inspector -
allows our company to provide you with a complete and professional report to CREIA Standards
Please add $100 to your inspection fee if your property was built before 1990
Please add $150 to your inspection fee if you would like Estimated Costs included in your Report
DID YOU KNOW......
ONLY a California ARCHITECT or ENGINEER can provide Repair Recommendations?
and, for a nominal, additional fee of $150, we provide Estimated Costs for repairs!
..... if you would lik REPAIR RECOMMENDATIONS & optional ESTIMATED COSTS in your report...
then AIS is your BEST CHOICE for your home inspection!
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*** Caveat emptor /ˌkæviːɑːt ˈɛmptɔr/ is Latin for "Let the buyer beware" (from caveat, "may he beware", the subjunctive of cavere, "to beware" + emptor, "buyer").
Generally, caveat emptor is the contract law principle that controls the sale of real property after the date of closing, but may also apply to sales of other goods.
The phrase caveat emptor arises from the fact that buyers often have less information about the good or service they are purchasing, while the seller has more information. Although, keep in mind, many sellers/owners of residential real estate property are not aware of many of the deficiencies found during the course of the average home inspection. Defects in the property may be hidden from the buyer, and only known to the seller. Thus, the buyer should beware.