Buying or Selling a Home in Phuket? What you don't know could cost you! Our Home Inspection Service can save you!

Why do I Need a Home Inspection?

Did I make the right choice?
Is the well really that deep?
Did I just buy the "Money Pit"?
Could those really be termites?

New & Existing Homes. Buying or Selling.

The purchase of a first home, let alone a second one, is possibly the largest investment you will make. Here on Phuket most of the homes are second homes, with the primary home somewhere on the other side of the world. And many or these homes are valued in excess of two million US Dollars.

Who needs the worry of being on the other side of the world and having to wonder:

Did I make the right choice? or Did I just buy the "Money Pit"?

A home inspection before you buy is usually required and routine in most of the western world.

Here it is the course of wisdom. Can you even imagine the surprises that can find you here in tropical Phuket?

It is very important to learn as much as you can about the condition of a property and the need for any major repairs before you buy, minimizing surprises, repairs, and additional costs afterwards.

A home inspection also points out the positive aspects of a home, as well as the maintenance that is necessary to keep it in good shape.

If you are selling your home, an inspection can give you a better understanding of items which may require repair to put the house in a better selling condition, or give the potential buyer peace of mind that your house is in great condition.

Not only is a home inspection a good idea for existing homes, home inspections are important idea for new homes as well. You, along with the builder, certainly do not need any additional headaches in the future.

Inspecting homes is a way of life for Mark Dietrich who came to Phuket after working for 25 years in the custom home and inspecting industry in the USA.

Mark was licensed both Wisconsin and South Carolina and has lived in Nai Harn with his wife Lotte and son Jonathan since 1999.

Home inspectors, typically, are brought into a home purchasing transaction by the buyer as a form of reassurance regarding the condition of the property he or she is about to purchase.

Occasionally a pro-active seller will have a home inspector inspect his or hers property as a added benefit to a prospective buyer. Unlike a home appraiser - who is primary interested in the value of a given property - our inspector's focus is on the physical condition of a property as it relates to the sale of that property.