Whether you’re looking for your first property or fifteenth, getting a building inspection can be so important for your peace of mind!

It allows you to know whether the building is solid foundationally and not hiding any nasty surprises.

But what is the best way to start that process?

That’s why we’ve asked Chris Lamanna who has over a decade of experience in the industry to give us his 3 questions everyone needs to ask before hiring a building inspector.

The little bit of effort required to ask these questions before an inspection could save you a truckload of time and money in the future.

Here are just a few things we’re going to talk about:

– What due diligence should you be doing before you even hire an inspector?

– What are the right questions to be asking?

– And how can you maintain that relationship even after the inspection is complete?

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