Victor DaGraca, Myrtle Beach Home Inspections (Critical Home Inspections)

Myrtle Beach , SC 29577




Available to you 24/7 from sunup to after sundown Including Holidays and major sporting events. As Professionals we have a fiduciary responsibility to our clients. I sleep easy at night

Get to know Victor DaGraca

Hello     My name is Victor M. DaGraca, and I am licensed by the State of South Carolina to conduct Home Inspections. (License #RBI-2020)    Most Home Inspections uncover easily correctable problems that buyers can turn to their advantage when negotiating the asking price. By having a Home Inspection conducted prior to listing your property for sale, and correcting any problems that might have been uncovered, you will give yourself an edge in today's "Buyers Market"     Most buyers of Real estate are including wordage in their documents that the "Acceptance of a contract is contingent upon the Properties Home Inspection Report." This process can delay the sale and sometimes end it altogether when both parties don't agree over seemingly minor points.     Critical Home Inspection Services is offering Sellers of Real Estate peace of mind by providing them with a documented Home Inspection prior to the final negotiations.     Go to WWW.Home2Spec.com for more information regarding the Home Inspection process and take advantage of a special offer with my 10% off coupon, or call me at 843-902-5119 to schedule an Inspection.     Whether you use Critical Home Inspection Services or another Qualified and licensed Home Inspector, Best of Luck in your venture. If you are buying a home, you need to know exactly what you are getting. A home inspection, performed by a professional Home Inspector, will reveal any hidden problems with the home so that they may be addressed BEFORE the deal is closed. You should require an inspection at the time you make a formal offer. Make sure the contract has an inspection contingency. Then, hire your own Inspector and pay close attention to the inspection report. If you aren't comfortable with what he finds, you should kill the deal.Likewise, if you are selling a home, you want to know about such potential hidden problems before your house goes on the market. Almost all contracts include the condition that the contract is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory inspection. And most buyer's are going to insist that the inspection be a professional home inspection, usually by an inspector they hire. If the buyer's inspector finds a problem, it can cause the buyer to get cold feet and the deal can often fall through. At best, surprise problems uncovered by the buyer's inspector will cause delays in closing, and usually you will have to pay for repairs at the last minute, or take a lower price on your home.It's better to pay for your own inspection before putting your home on the market. Find out about any hidden problems and correct them in advance. Otherwise, you can count on the buyer's inspector finding them, at the worst possible time An Inspection can cost anywhere from $300 to $500 on up depending on the size, age and compexity of the structure. Compared to the Thousands of dollars in hidden defects that a homeowner will face, this fee is a bargain. 

Assure a smooth transition from "For Sale" to "Sold" by having a home inspection identify any issues that may arise down the road. As a State of South Carolina Licensed Residential Building Inspector (License #RBI-2020) I will ensure that your clients will receive the professional treatment that they deserve. I am available 24/7 including holidays and major sporting events.

You can e-mail me at victor@home2spec.com or visit my web site www.home2spec.com for further information.

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     My family was in the trades, My father and his 5 brothers each had a specialty. They contracted and I helped when not in school. I was encouraged to pursue an Education but, Schooling didn't hold an interest for me, except for Gym,study hall, lunch period and Architectural drafting classes.

     I gave up a college education majoring in the Architectural arts to earn a living working with my hands. I helped the masons, helped frame walls set windows and doors, hung siding, nailed roofing shingles, ran wire and set outlets and switches, soldered copper and glued pvc, hung cabinets and sheetrock, then painted it. set tile and went out for coffee.  

      I went back to school in order to get my Real Estate license... that lasted about 6 months.. Brand new office and Broker with empty shelves... spun my tires trying to fill the shelves with listings while the other agents sat in the office waiting for "ups".

      Went to work for a large contracting firm as a Contract Cost Estimator and project lead...... then struck out on my own. I contracted in all the trades, from roofing to plumbing, electric, carpentry painting even masonry work. Always a Jack of all trades, master of none. A generalist. The Home ispector is just that, a generalist. We are not masters of any particular trade, we generalize all trades and are trained to find defects affecting the health safety and working components of your home.I am now at the age where I don't want to wear my hands out anymore. (work your fingers to the bone... what do you get?..... Bony fingers) anyhow... bundle it all into one neat package and what have you? a Home Inspector.

Having been involved in the trades for the past 40 years, I bring a level of understanding to the profession that can not be met by someone who woke up one day, decided they were tired of being a Mortgage loan specialist and decided to become a "Home Inspector".

Beware of Inspectors that spent the last 30 years as an Electrician or an HVAC specialist or a plumber. Ask them what hands on experience they've had in all the trades involed in putting a home together.

It is said that experience is nothing but a collection of mistakes, I have a LOT of experience.

I also believe that those that do not learn from past mistakes are doomed to repeat them. I am a FAST learner.