Multi Family Residential Home Inspection Services

If the house you are looking to have inspected comprises more than just a single residence, this would be considered a multi-family home inspection. Not all home inspectors or inspection companies provide multifamily inspection services, but as we do a lot of home inspection work with real estate investor throughout Washington, which usually includes more multifamily properties than single-family houses, and so we also provide thses multi-family inspection services to the rest of the community as well. SPS Inspections will perform home inspection services on multifamily properties up to five units.

Examples of Multifamily Properties

Townhomes are considered multifamily property when they are made up of two individual residences located within the same building structure. Duplexes and triplexes are also multi-family residences and consist of two separate homes in one building and three separate homes in a building, respectively. Second to last on this list is the aptly named quadplex! And yes, a quadplex has four separate residences all under the same roof. Anything higher than this would technically be considered a small apartment complex and above.

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Duplex multi-family home with two side-by-side red doors

Yes, we do. Simply contact our offices to schedule your multi-family home inspection service.
No. A multifamily home inspection is typically going to be more expensive than your average single-family inspection, but not at factors of two or three. What this means is that even though a duplex might have two separate residences in it, the price to inspect the property doesn't simply take the cost for a single-family inspection and multiply it by however many units there are. A multifamily home inspection is this way because even though there are separate residences, not all of the systems exist independently of each other, i.e. both units could be using the same certain systems that are split between the units, while some home systems will exist individually in each unit. The total cost is really going to depend a lot on the total size, the number of units, and essentially how many systems there are that are shared between the units, and how many exist independently of one another.