The Inspectify Report

Watch Inspectify CEO Josh Jensen Explain What REIs Need To Know About Inspections

Jun 29, 2022 2:13:31 PM / by Inspectify posted in Investors

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Last month, we teamed up with our friends at Kiavi to host a webinar on how the inspection process affects real estate investors. Josh Jensen, Inspectify co-founder and CEO, explains how data from third-party inspections can be utilized to secure your investments, scale your holdings and increase your ROI – especially outside your core market. Skylar Raso, Feasibility Analyst for Kiavi, then describes how inspection reports directly affect the mortgages Kiavi issues to real estate investors.

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Interest rates and inflation: understanding the market in 2022

Jun 23, 2022 12:10:20 PM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Investors, Homeowners

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The US economy is in a turbulent state, with inflation hitting 8.5% in March 2022 – the highest increase in 40 years. This increase is driven by supply chain problems and monetary policies. With high inflation, mortgage rates have also started rising, indicating that the economy may be overheating. On top of that, energy prices have surged by more than 34%, causing almost everyone to tighten their belts on utilities usage. But what does this mean for home buyers and sellers?

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7 most common home plumbing issues

Jun 17, 2022 7:09:12 PM / by Joshua Jensen

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The most common home plumbing issues may not seem like big problems, but even the slowest drip, if left uncorrected, could lead to massive damage and higher water bills over time. Thankfully, when these issues are still small nuisances, most can be solved by anyone with some repair experience– no plumber required! But, when the leaks or clogs are hidden out of view or behind walls, it can be a good idea to book a professional inspector. Their expert eyes are trained to uncover carefully hidden problems. Whether you’re trying to buy a home with some common plumbing issues or are getting ready to sell your property, getting your plumbing inspected before the transaction is finalized can save a lot of headaches later on.

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How much damage can termites do? Everything you need to know about WDOs

Jun 10, 2022 11:21:22 AM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Investors, Brokers, Homeowners, Agents

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Buying and owning a home is one of the biggest investments you’ll make in your lifetime. With the median home price hitting $428,700 in Q1 2022, it's more important than ever to have your prospective home inspected before you commit to such an expensive purchase. An inspection can ensure the home is in good condition and devoid of defects or threats.

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The home buying journey: From start to finish

May 31, 2022 1:06:51 PM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Brokers, Homeowners, Agents

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Buying your first house is often considered one of the biggest milestones in life. In fact, 70% of Americans consider buying a home an important part of adulthood. Between saving up the funds, getting approved for a mortgage, making offers on homes, and finally getting to closing: the homebuying journey is long and stressful.

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7 most common home electrical issues

May 6, 2022 1:04:37 PM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Homeowners

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In today’s real estate market, buyers are finding themselves out of luck. The historical seller’s market during the covid-19 pandemic has resulted in high home prices and low inventory levels. 

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Celebrating Earth Day: Inspectify’s commitment to sustainability

Apr 22, 2022 12:35:42 PM / by Inspectify posted in Investors, Inspectors, Brokers, Homeowners, Agents

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What is escrow?

Apr 14, 2022 3:38:51 PM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Homeowners, Agents

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How to negotiate with sellers using a home inspection in a seller’s market.

Apr 1, 2022 11:57:32 AM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Homeowners, Agents

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How to get the most out of your home inspection 

Mar 24, 2022 8:25:20 AM / by Joshua Jensen posted in Homeowners

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