The Art of High-Rise and Condo Inspections

When you’re inspecting condominiums, attached townhomes and high-rise properties, you expect to check a few outlets, mash the (GFCI) buttons, run the appliances, flush the toilets and that’s about it, right? For most inspectors, it is. For a few of us, it’s not.  I’ll come right out of the chute with an idea that few share, that the old guard dismisses out of hand and that instructors roundly condemn and advise against in home inspection school: Look at and report on the deficiencies you see on the building exterior and in common areas.    Read the article…………..


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