RHOco Real Estate Inspection

"Looking Out For You!" 


 Robert H.Orr - Professional Inspector     
TREC License #7342

See the "Links/Resources" page of our website for the link to the Texas Real

 Estate Commission's Consumer Protection Notice.

Welcome to RHOco Real Estate Inspection’s HOME on the WEB!

Here are a few of the reasons you should choose RHOco as your inspection team: We are HONEST, FAIR, RELIABLE, COMPETITIVE, ACCURATE, DETAILED & ON TIME. Our reports are computer generated with digital pictures that are annotated to make your report easy to understand. We deliver your report to you in the format that is most useful to you: Email, CD, FAX or printed copy. Finally, the best reason of all is, we are “Looking out for you!”

Our Mission:

RHOco Real Estate Inspection is dedicated to serving and protecting the home buyer by providing the highest quality inspection in the market at a fair price. Our goal is to ensure that you are confident you are making an informed buying decision.


Why do I need a home inspection?

The Corpus Christi Association of Realtors says, “Buying a home is probably the largest single investment you will ever make. In doing so, you should learn as much as you can about the condition of the property and the need for any major repairs before you purchase.”  At RHOco, we agree, and want to help you protect your largest investment, your home!

About Home Inspections:

Home inspections and home inspectors are regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), and a link to the TREC website is provided on our Links/Resources page. This site contains the “Standards Of Practice” (SOP) and the Texas Occupation Rules governing Inspectors. All inspectors are guided by the SOP and the Rules during their inspection.

A copy of the TREC form REI 7-4 is also provided so you may see what is required in an inspection. This inspection form provides the basic format for all inspections; it may be modified by adding pictures and additional Information.

How do I select an Inspector?

Select an inspector with training and qualifications. All Home Inspectors in Texas must be licensed by the State. Ask the Inspector if he or she is licensed. Try to find an Inspector who is a member of a professional society, for example TAREI, Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors. For more information click the link to our brochure.

Use referrals. Most real estate agents encourage their clients to seek a serious inspection. They're interested in client satisfaction. Still, agents don't want to be seen as pushing the services of any one Inspector. That's why you may get as good, or better, referrals from friends or co-workers who have gone through the home inspection process. Check out the link to our testimonial page; we have some good ones.

Don't select just on price. The fee for a home inspection depends on the geographic area as well as the size and condition of the house. A quality home inspection usually takes a minimum of two hours up to five or more hours and prices start at $275, depending on these factors. Call us for a price quote.

Don't confuse an appraisal with an inspection. An appraisal is requested by the buyer’s lender and is designed to determine the market value of the property. It is not a replacement for a home inspection, which provides an in-depth look at such basic home systems as plumbing, heating, air conditioning and roofing.

Understand the limits of a home inspection. The most thorough home inspector can still miss some items. Some problems are slow to develop, while others are hidden from view. That's why it's best to choose a home inspector who is willing to answer your questions.
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