Being a real estate investor can be a great deal of fun and can become a wonderful hobby and a profitable one at that. From Suffolk County to Nassau County, ask any professional home inspector and they will tell you that conducting a home inspection in Suffolk County or a home inspection in Nassau County is essential before signing on the dotted line!
Regardless of whether you are a rookie or a seasoned property investor, there are certain essential items that you should never leave home with when inspecting a potential good buy
Good camera. If you don’t already have a good camera on your smartphone, you should think about investing in a decent one with sufficient pixels with which you can take good photos. This way, you can record any problems you come across.
Tape measure. You will often find yourself needing to measure something or other, such as the size of a room, the distance from an electrical outlet or even the size of a window. A tape measure is also invaluable when providing measurements for your scope of work.
Multi-purpose screwdriver. Probably one of the handiest inventions ever, a multi-purpose screwdriver, such as a Philips and a flathead screwdriver will help you immensely in a whole host of situations. You never know what you might uncover in your inspection, especially behind that suspicious wooden panel that you have just unscrewed…
Heavy duty clothing. You would do well to invest in some heavy duty pants, jacket and hat, as well as some heavy duty and waterproof boots for the times that you need to go traipsing through overgrown gardens, dusty basements and attics and who knows where else. If you have just come from a meeting dressed in your best suit, you would obviously want to protect your clothes.
Utility knife. This can be used for a variety of situations, such as times where you need to cut through mold to see how extensive it is, etc.
Electrical circuit tester. Possibly the most valuable item in your entire toolkit, this enables you to verify if property’s electricity is working or not and also if it is wired correctly.
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