The average cost of a home inspection in Georgia typically starts around $250 for a single family home, plus additional costs based on square footage and age of home. Check out the Services & Fees page for the exact price. Other services are available that will add to the cost.
Factors that determine cost:
Age of the home
Additional Inspection Services
Many home inspectors offer additional services during a home inspection that are extra fees. These additional services are optional, and are provided to help give a deeper insight into the condition of the home.
These services are meant to help make sure that the home doesn’t have any additional defects. While home inspectors look for signs of these problems, things like radon and mold in the air cannot be found without additional testing and specialized equipment.
Check out the FAQ page for a more detailed explanation of these services.
Why Get a Home Inspection?
Although home inspections are an additional cost to buying a home, they are important and should not be skipped. This is because while a home inspection may cost an additional $300, it can potentially save you thousands of dollars.
Inspections can save you money because they allow you to see the condition of the home that you are looking at purchasing.
Without a home inspection, you may end up buying a home that looks like it is in good condition, but has cracked sewer pipes that will cost thousands to replace.
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