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Portland Home Inspect must have payment and a signed Inspection Agreement before the report can be delivered.  In most cases, the forms can be signed at the inspection.  The fee can be paid by cash or check during the inspection, or credit/debit card(with an additional $10 card processing fee).

   
Home Inspections:
v YearBuilt v < 2000 sq ft 2000 to 3000 sq ft 3000 to 4000 sq ft    
2004 to Current $300 $325 $350    
1974 to 2003 $350 $375 $400    
1900 to 1973 $400 $425 $450    
 
Condo Inspections:
(Interior Only)
v YearBuilt v < 2000 sq ft    
Any $250    
 
 
 
 

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Square Feet- The finished footage of the home.

Out-Building - Any detached structure (except detached garages). Only count the number of structures that you would like inspected.

Re-inspections - At times an inspection cannot be fully completed (usually due to utilities that are shut off or partial lack of access.) This is our fee for coming back to finish the inspection.

Total Fee - The fee Portland Home Inspect will charge for an inspection as you have described. There is a $300 minimum fee for full house inspections and a $250 minimum for condo inspections that don't include any portion of the exterior.

Contact phone number - The number we can call to verify the inspection and get/give more information.

 


 
     

 


Tim Mcgill
OCHI #1373
Oregon CCB #
191319
971-266-3999
PortlandHomeInspect@gmail.com

 

"We hired Tim McGill after searching online for home inspectors and hired him to come and conduct a whole house inspection for us to determine if it qualified for our loan for the purchase of this house. Tim inspected the house from top, from crawling on the roof to searching down to the tiniest crack in the garage floor. From torn screen in the storm door to condensation that formed in an unvented area in a crawl space. He explained how everything happened and what the fix was for it."

Cynthia Schreiner (via Angie's List)