Has anyone been approached by a developer to do all the final walk-throughs when the contractors claim they are all done and the job superintendent says everything is fine?
I have inspected quite a few Condo conversions lately which one particular developer is converting all over town and generally find 10-15 things wrong in each unit, everything from open grounds, and burnt wiring to windows falling apart.
Well anyway, after the last inspection on Monday which I found quite a few items needing repair the developer called me this afternoon after looking at all the report summaries I have forwarded him in the last month.
His question was what would you charge to inspect everyone before the buyers have the final walk-through with representatives of his company.
He said he is converting 3,000 units now and is in the process of buying two more buildings, another 400 units.
They are about 900-1200 sq. ft. and take me about an hour to inspect everything.
What would you guys charge if you had a contract for a few thousand units?