MacDonald Property InspectionsThe most common type of home inspection is the Pre-Purchase Home Inspection, which is initiated by the buyer and takes place shortly after you have a signed purchase contract. This type of inspection reduces the risk of unexpected and costly repairs, and provides you with information concerning the condition of the property. In fact, many clients have saved thousands of dollars during renegotiations based on our report findings.

Our professional inspection report covers all the major systems and visible structural elements of the house, including the condition of the:

  • heating and air conditioning systems
  • plumbing and electrical systems
  • roof
  • foundation
  • attic and insulation
  • walls
  • doors
  • windows and all visible structures.


Pre-purchase Buyer Home Inspections Articles

3 Reasons to Get an Infrared Home Inspection for your Newly Constructed Home

There are many reasons Illinois buyers are excited about growth in the new home construction market. According to my real estate friends, it’s picking up all over the country. New homes may not be listed in the local MLS so early bird buyers often get the best discounts. Builders also don’t have a personal or … Continued

Negotiating After Your Infrared Home Inspection

One of the most important reasons for having a home inspection of any kind is to discover the true condition of the home through a trained third-party. An independent home inspector gives the buyer the information they need to evaluate potential defects and deferred maintenance on the home they are purchasing before the sale is … Continued