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How To Make House Inspections Easier in Long Island and Nassau County.

 

When it comes to home inspections, especially in areas where there is a nearby college, every home inspector will know that spring and fall are notoriously busy periods for housing staff as these are peak moving times. The main reason for this is the incredibly high amount of administration it takes to get one student out of an apartment and another settled in, and often within a very short period of time. Add on the headache of conducting the apartment inspection and the maintenance technician usually has a nightmare few weeks. Home inspectors in Long Island and home inspectors in Nassau County are no strangers to this.

 

With the mobile revolution, things have thankfully changed. And changed for the better! Now inspections in Long Island (and home inspections in Nassau County can be carried out far more efficiently). This new technology has made the entire process so much more efficient because it integrates with existing property management systems, thereby enabling them to perform and complete inspections literally within minutes. The inspection is also a personalized process which is conducted with the resident and this therefore cuts out the need for frustrating paperwork to be carried out later at the office.

 

The only tools that are required for these revolutionary inspections are the inspector’s smartphone or tablet because the property inspection app can be downloaded directly onto any one of these devices.

 

Housing staff can now install property inspection software and applications onto which they can save their inspection reports. When conducting their inspections, photos, notes, videos and photo annotations can be recorded as they go along and these may all be uploaded into a single, professional-looking, customizable and standardized inspection report which can be sent out – in a .PDF format – to the relevant client as soon as it is generated (which is usually within minutes).

 

Software and applications and constantly being developed and upgraded to give property inspectors everywhere a wide selection of apps to choose from. Some apps offer extensive features and characteristics (although they happen to be pricey), some are value-for-money and offer great features and some are even available free of charge!

 

Whatever way you look at it, student housing has been made that much easier now that the mobile revolution is here to stay!

 


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