Humbly, I, Joseph Najm am
Director of VA Home Inspect, LLC, a Former Marine and one of the few Virginia
State Licensed Real Estate Inspectors (3380000493) issued by the Department of
Professional and Occupational Regulations. Also, an Internationally recognized
InterNACHI Certified Inspector, and a Former Realtor in the Great State of
Virginia who knows the "ins and outs" of a Real Estate transaction. Finally, I am Honored to hold the rank of a Fully Certified Inspector of this
Country's Most Prestigious and Respected Home Inspector Organization, the
"American Society of Home Inspectors" (ASHI).
My mission at VA Home Inspect, LLC is to provide you with an extremely thorough inspection. You will learn that I am honest, trustworthy- and that I work only in the best interest of my client! My State-of-the-Art reports are easy to read and include detailed photos, narrative style descriptions of defects and recommendations. They are written to provide you with strong negotiating leverage! I go well beyond the "Standards of Practice" every inspection.
Purchasing a home is a huge investment and we work hard in your best interest. During the inspection you can ask any question you like, I am open and happy to answer them all. Your report is posted online for easy retrieval no later than the very next morning.
Did you know that the Northern Virginia Real Estate Sales Contract has changed? One of the most significant differences involves the walk through before settlement. The contract is no longer contingent upon the essential final walk through items such as; the Plumbing system, HVAC system, Electrical System, Appliances, etc. to be in working condition. Although, buyers still do a final walk though before settlement, it is to verify negotiated items have been repaired and the home is in the same condition specified in the contract.
contract reads that the home and conveying equipment will be in the same
condition as either the contract ratification date or home inspection
date. These changes make home inspections even more important because a buyer
is relying on the inspection as a benchmark to the condition it should be in at