1. Home Inspection: (Note) *All home inspections are conduct by an Experience License Contractor.
· The home inspection include the heating system, air conditioner system, interior plumbing, electrical system, the roof, the attic, any visible insulation, walls, ceiling, flowing, windows, doors, foundation.
· The cost of an inspection varies by the size of the property, geographical location, and the cost of the property.
· Pictures are taken of everything during the inspection.
2. A rehab checklist is created of the areas that need work.
· The checklist is very detailed and describe everything that needs to be done to the property.
· The inspection report are used to generate the checklist.
3. Get any necessary permits: (Note) *All permits are provided by Contractors
· Permit include installing new electrical wiring, increasing the square footage of the property,
installing a fence over 6 feet tall, and anything that involves a public sewer line.
· Tasks such as installing a roof, installing flooring, painting, and replacing windows and doors usually will not require a permit.
4. Demolition and trash removal.
· Removal of any trash from the inside and outside the property. This includes removing any items that are damaged or
that you will be replacing (flooring, cabinets, appliances, light fixtures, toilets, water heaters, etc.)
5. Property Landscape
· Fences, patios, decks, sidewalks, porches, and driveways are taken care of with minor repair (as needed).
· Outside trash may include trimming any dead trees and bushes, garage doors, fencing, sheds, decks, and siding.
6. Final Inspection: (Note) *Final Inspection may occur on Closing date.
· Final inspection is a review of the repaired items on the rehab checklist.
· This walk through examines all the work that has been done.
· Touch ups maybe necessary for some painting, or do some last minute tweaks to the plumbing, HVAC, or electrical system.