Veteran RESIDENTIAL Inspections
Seabrook NH home Inspectors
Giving home buyers & sellers peace of mind.
Buying a home is one of the biggest investments that you’ll make. We want to make sure you feel confident about the investment you make.
Our home inspection service provides thorough examination of a house, from the roof to the foundations, so that you know you’re making the right choice for your family.
Home Inspections for Buyers & Sellers
Radon Air Testing
Comprehensive Water Testing
Robert Livingston, Owner
Robert Livingston is the owner of Veteran Residential Inspections. Having served the country for over 7 years with 2 tours, Robert provides 10% discount to all veterans that require home inspections for their new home.
Our mission is to service home owners and future home owners to help them make the right decision for one of the most important parts of their lives.
Whether you are a buyer or a seller, we make sure the house is in optimal condition to help both parties make the best decision when buying/selling their new home. We strive to educate our customers on common issues that we see in houses.
Some Questions You May Have
A home inspection isn’t required for VA loans, but a VA appraisal is required. The purpose of the VA appraiser is to evaluate the property on behalf of the lender to make sure it meets two conditions. One, that it’s worth at least the amount you’re agreeing to pay. Two, that the property meets VA and lender guidelines. If a home doesn’t pass the VA appraisal, then the loan won’t go through.
Home inspectors will check the overall home structure, exterior, plumbing, water heaters, furnaces, A/C, roof & attic, electrical, and appliances to list out a few. This helps home buyers/sellers qualify the price at which the house is listed.
Many home buyers and borrowers confuse a home inspection with an appraisal. An appraisal is conducted to determine the value of the property based on many factors, including the real estate market and the home’s layout, square footage, updates and quality of construction. An appraiser does not closely inspect the home for defects or structural problems, except in the case of a VA mortgage.
A home inspector is hired to determine the overall condition of a home, not its value. Home inspectors will look for any problems in the home’s construction, heating, cooling, plumbing, appliances, windows, roofs, doors to name a few.