Property Inspections And Appraisals

Have you ever heard stories of property buyers finding surprises after closing the sale? Don’t let that be you! Crosby Consulting is an unbiased third-party you can trust to conduct meticulous home inspections and appraisals, ensuring you’re fully aware of the property’s condition before committing. We leave no stone unturned, examining every aspect of the property, from the structural integrity to the condition of the HVAC system, plumbing, and electrical work. Our detailed reports provide the insights you need to make an informed decision, preventing any unwelcome surprises down the line. Trust Crosby Consulting to help you invest with confidence and secure a property that’s safe, sound, and exactly what you’re expecting.

Home Inspections

Looking for a detailed home inspection? Trust Crosby Consulting for a meticulous examination of your property to uncover any potential issues before they become major headaches. Smooth transitions, stellar results!

Lead Inspections

Lead inspections keep everyone safe. Our experienced professionals use the latest technology to examine your property, ensuring safety and health meticulously. Crosby Consulting is a trusted, licensed lead inspector serving clients in Greater Detroit. 


Streamline your sales process! Our expert team conducts detailed property appraisals, providing critical insights for intelligent choices. With Crosby Consulting, you can buy or sell your property confidently.

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 Appraisal And Inspection FAQ

Q: What does a home inspection include?

A: A home inspection includes a comprehensive examination of the property’s structure, systems, and components to assess their condition.

Q: How long does a home inspection take?

A: Typically, a home inspection takes 2-3 hours, depending on the size and age of the property.

Q: Should I be present during the home inspection?

A: While it’s not required, we recommend you attend to ask questions and gain firsthand insights.

Q: Can I still buy a home if issues get discovered in the inspection?

A: Yes, you can use the inspection report as a negotiation tool for making needed repairs or price adjustments with the seller.

Q: What is the purpose of a lead inspection?

A: A lead inspection identifies the presence of lead-based paint in homes built before 1978 to ensure safety.

Q: How is lead exposure harmful?

A: Lead exposure can cause developmental issues in children and health problems in adults. Safety is paramount.

Q: Can I live in a home if lead gets discovered?

A: Yes, but it is crucial to follow recommended safety measures or have the lead professionally removed.

Q: How long does a lead inspection take?

A: A lead inspection typically takes a few hours, but larger properties may require more time.

Q: What is the purpose of a property appraisal?

A: An appraisal determines the market value of a property, essential for buyers, sellers, and lenders.

Q: How long does an appraisal take?

A: The appraisal process usually takes about a week, from inspection to report completion.

Q: What factors influence a property's appraised value?

A: Factors include location, condition, size, and recent sales of comparable properties.

Q: Can I dispute an appraisal if I disagree with it?

A: Yes, if you have valid reasons and additional information, you can challenge the appraisal’s findings.

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