What Your Lender’s Inspector Won't Tell You Could Cost You Everything!

One Of The Biggest Mistakes You Can Make As An Investor Is Believing The Lender’s Inspector Has Your Best Interest In Mind.

Have you thought to yourself, “I’m not like them. I would never allow myself to get wrapped up in a bad investment.

On the other hand…

A multifamily property that looks good on the surface but is, in fact, riddled with damaged pipes, an HVAC system on its last leg, leaking roofs, or foundation problems can cause significant budget overruns, send your profits spiraling and have you in the red—wishing you’d kept your money under a mattress instead.

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when considering the purchase of a multifamily property is believing the inspection paid for by the lender will provide you with the information you need to make the right decision.

Your Lender’s Objectives Are Not Your Own…

When a lender is considering the approval of a loan, they are looking to determine the level of risk associated with the investment and to ensure you have the ability to repay the loan.

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The Lender-Paid Inspector Is Sent Out To Ensure The Property You're Considering Meets The Lender’s “Minimum” Standards.

With a Lender Paid Inspection, you receive:

  • A single inspector or a small team of certified inspectors with a general knowledge of all systems involved.
  • A Limited Sample Size. Lender-paid inspectors focus on a representative sample of units, typically around 15% of the total. This approach is aimed at identifying common problems that may exist across the property.
  • A Quick Overview. Your lender’s inspector is looking to quickly and efficiently inspect the property and provide a general overview of its condition. They rarely delve deeply into specific areas or thoroughly investigate every aspect.
  • The Risk of Missing Issues. Because of the limited scope, there’s a higher risk of missing problems that may not be apparent in the sampled units. This could include problems with appliances, electrical concerns, plumbing concerns, and more.
  • Focus on Major Systems. Lender-paid inspectors prioritize major systems and structural components. They won’t investigate the details or cosmetic aspects of individual units.

With your OMNI team, you receive;

  • A team of master-level electricians, HVAC technicians, roofers, exterior specialists and plumbers who inspect every system, building and accessible unit.
  • A Comprehensive report that covers 100% of your property and accessible units.
  • An in-depth analysis of each unit with a detailed evaluation of the electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and other systems.
  • Localized Problem Identification. We help identify issues and concerns in individual units. Problems with appliances, plumbing leaks, or HVAC issues may not be evident in the sample units covered by a lender’s inspection. The OMNI team helps uncover underlying problems, giving you a more complete understanding of the condition of the property.
  • Time and Attention to Detail. Your OMNI Team is thorough. Our master plumbers, electricians and HVAC technicians provide a meticulous inspection and work to uncover problems that are often overlooked with the “quick glance” approach of the lender’s inspector.

The Lender-Paid Inspector Is Sent Out To Ensure The Property You're Considering Meets The Lender’s “Minimum” Standards.

Inspections Performed With The Team From OMNI Give You The Following Advantages:

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If you would like to know more about the loan process and why it’s so important to have physical due diligence performed by a team of your choosing rather than relying on the lender’s inspector, then I urge you to download and read every word of this special free guide.

I recently had the pleasure of working with Bryan Amos for a due diligence evaluation on an apartment complex I was considering. Bryan's thorough due diligence review provided valuable insights into the property's condition. He took the time to explain potential issues and answer all my questions. I highly recommend his services to any investor considering the purchase of a property.

Stephen Flores

Bryan Amos and his team's attention to detail are second to none. His thorough evaluation helped to identify a few areas of concern. The report he offered was thorough. He was prompt, professional and approachable making the entire experience seamless. I highly recommend his services to anyone looking to invest in a multifamily property.

Hank R.

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