Meet Marty Goldsmith –
Licensed Home Inspector in Louisville KY
Licensed Home Inspector 266196
Certified Professional Inspector 21060317
FHA 203 Consultant A1239 —-> Click for 203 K page
Experienced Real Estate Investor
Graduate of the University Of Louisville BSBA 1985
Call or Text 502.356.0042
Preparing in Louisville, KY for a Home Inspectors visit.
If you are selling your home, the home inspectors visit should be considering part of the process for every home in Louisville, Kentucky. Because the home inspection, it’s important to address any known issues or repairs. This includes fixing leaky faucets, repairing damaged walls or floors, and replacing any broken appliances. Not only will this help the inspection go more smoothly, but it will also give the inspector a better impression of the overall condition of the home. If there are any major repairs that need to be made so it’s best to disclose them to the inspector beforehand so they can be prepared to evaluate them thoroughly.
To verify my License —> Call the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors at 502.782.0563 or www.https://oop.ky.gov/lic_search.aspx
To verify my InterNACHI CPI –> Call InterNACHI at 303.223.-0861 or Lisa@Internachi,org
What to ask your Home Inspectors in Louisville, KY
It’s important to be present during the home inspection and ask any questions you may have. Because it’s your opportunity to learn more about the condition of the home and any potential issues that may need to be addressed. Don’t be afraid to ask the inspector to explain something in more detail or to clarify any concerns you may have. It’s also a good idea to take notes during the inspection so you can refer back to them later. Becaise, the more you know about the home, the better prepared you will be to make informed decisions about any necessary repairs or negotiations. Shown at the bottom of the page are some of the additional courses and training I have taken and all with the goal of being the best Home Inspector in Louisville, KY.
HIGH QUALITY Report
Photo means a lot. We take hundreds of pictures and videos that are included with your report. Problems are highlighted and marked and color coded. Written explanations are also provided. in Louisville, KY Home Inspectors will almost always provide a written. Your report will have up to twenty-three different topics. Being a Home Inspector , I always provide explanations that are both good and bad. We promise never to make a statement that is worthless or that will be difficult to understand.
All reports are finished before the close of
business, most or done on site or within hour or two and we prefer to go over the inspection with you, at the home. Virtual meetings can be scheduled for clients that cannot attend inspections. Radon reporting takes a few additional days and we will update the report when this becomes available. We are a nearby home inspector, only focusing on the Louisville area.
In another business I found I could keep busy by offering fair pricing for my services. Because I will match any price for an insured inspector with Certified Professional Inspector destination. To help first time buyers we offer discounts and also offer discounts for first police, fire and armed services.
We never book more than two appointments per day.
We take all major credit cards and offer a discount for checks or cash.
Kentucky Home Inspection regulations require a $250,000 insurance policy. Gold Home Inspection does work for commercial buildings, banks and hedge funds and we need a large policy. We have a 2 million dollar policy and this provides customer with piece of mine. We can provide current coverage and add you has a co-insured upon request. My agent, is Ryan Fetch at State Farm, 502.429.4100.
We can be reached anytime at 502.356.0042