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Selecting The Correct Property Inspection App For You

Published on 08 September 15
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Whether you are a seasoned property inspector, manager or potential homeowner, if you intend to be inspecting a home or building in the near future, you should not even consider doing it the old-fashioned way (i.e.. with a clipboard, hand-written or printed out checklist and a pen). Oh no, property inspection apps have arrived, and in a big way, and they are definitely here to stay!

If you are technologically challenged and you feel that operating a property inspection app will be too complicated for you, donât worry, they are really easy and user-friendly to utilize! In fact, every property inspection app available on the market is guaranteed to save you loads of time compared with conducting a property inspection the traditional way. Furthermore, no formal training is required. Great news, isnât it?

So, with so many apps out there, how to know which property inspection app is the correct one for your specific needs? Well, luckily we have conducted some research into this subject and we can give you some guidance.

First of all, there are the professionals and then there are the amateurs (i.e. the property inspectors and managers who conduct property inspections for a living, and then potential home buyers who will carry out two or three inspections while buying their new home). A property inspection professional will usually require much more from a property inspection app, such as unlimited cloud storage, the ability of the app to save and print reports and ability to send reminders and warnings, and record the time the inspection began and ended. A home buyer will not usually require all these features, but will however need the app to allow him the option to take photos easily, make notes and describe problems.

Prices of apps vary. For example, the app Happy Inspector charges $2.99 per inspection and $49 per month while SnapInspect is priced at $49 per month for one user. You should also be aware that some apps are compatible with iPhone only, and some only with iPad. SnapInspect is currently the only app that is compatible with both Apple and Android devices.

Now that you are armed with this information, good luck with your property inspection and enjoy being part of the tech savvy generation!

Whether you are a seasoned property inspector, manager or potential homeowner, if you intend to be inspecting a home or building in the near future, you should not even consider doing it the old-fashioned way (i.e.. with a clipboard, hand-written or printed out checklist and a pen). Oh no, property inspection apps have arrived, and in a big way, and they are definitely here to stay!

If you are technologically challenged and you feel that operating a property inspection app will be too complicated for you, donât worry, they are really easy and user-friendly to utilize! In fact, every property inspection app available on the market is guaranteed to save you loads of time compared with conducting a property inspection the traditional way. Furthermore, no formal training is required. Great news, isnât it?

So, with so many apps out there, how to know which property inspection app is the correct one for your specific needs? Well, luckily we have conducted some research into this subject and we can give you some guidance.

First of all, there are the professionals and then there are the amateurs (i.e. the property inspectors and managers who conduct property inspections for a living, and then potential home buyers who will carry out two or three inspections while buying their new home). A property inspection professional will usually require much more from a property inspection app, such as unlimited cloud storage, the ability of the app to save and print reports and ability to send reminders and warnings, and record the time the inspection began and ended. A home buyer will not usually require all these features, but will however need the app to allow him the option to take photos easily, make notes and describe problems.

Prices of apps vary. For example, the app Happy Inspector charges $2.99 per inspection and $49 per month while SnapInspect is priced at $49 per month for one user. You should also be aware that some apps are compatible with iPhone only, and some only with iPad. SnapInspect is currently the only app that is compatible with both Apple and Android devices.

Now that you are armed with this information, good luck with your property inspection and enjoy being part of the tech savvy generation!

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