For Property Developers

If you start your property development business the right way, you are building a foundation for success. Start it the wrong way, and you could be headed for disappointment, stress and possibly even large financial losses.

Developing property isn’t easy. Without the proper experience and knowledge, it is easy to fail in this risky business. If you are new to the field of property development, you may find the project overwhelming especially if you feel you are unable to find enough background information or you have no one to guide you through the basics of turning a profit.

More and more property developers are seeing the benefits of using Inspect-A-Home to police and conduct quality control progress inspections over the length of the project.

The property developer is often caught in the middle between contracted builders and dissatisfied home owners that withhold payment. Using Inspect-A-Home as an objective third party inspector ensures that expensive mistakes and disputes are avoided.

Quality control progress reports offer constructive criticism and highlight defects or potential problems that occur during the construction process with the ultimate goal of producing a good quality end product. Inspect-A-Home’s involvement can save the property developer and builder serious costs by identifying defects early so that they can be rectified before they turn into expensive mistakes. This has been proven on every single development project that Inspect-A-Home has been involved in.


A final snagging on residential and commercial building projects is also available as a service offered by Inspect-A-Home. This is an important job that can make the difference between a mediocre and an excellent project, and yet it often gets neglected due to the time consuming nature of the task.

Inspect-A-Home has also recently become involved in the quality control of low cost / BNG (Breaking New Ground housing) and affordable housing projects, a testament to the need for this service across the entire population spectrum.