inspection cost for 100 units

how much would it cost ball park for a 100 unit apartment complex in TX to be inspected. i know the bigger the property the more it cost but an average would help me greatly.
In Buying Property - Asked by Brandon R. - May 8, 2009
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duke h.
Tenant
Gardnerville, NV

Search for check list including basic foundation, structure, doors, windows, floor,
roofing, electrical, plumbing and safety device etc., then hire a professional handyman to inspect with you together, you probably can do by yourself to save a lot of money.
at least you will know the condition and your major repair or renovation will cost you
under your expecting budget.

May 11, 2009
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Adam G.
Owner/Investor
Marysville, WA

usually the cost will be between $40-60 dollars per door. You shouldn't pay more than $50

May 12, 2009
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terrance w.
Property/Asset Manager
Olympia, WA

Hey Brandon,
Hey can you shot me a email at terrytoe@gmail.com I would Like to see if you would like to partner on a deal or two.

May 13, 2009
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Jason L.
Steger, IL

Brandon,
We have extensive experience inspecting all forms of commercial property in the Midwest. Basically (for Due Dilligence/Pre-purchase), it depends on the scope you are looking to get. A 100% unit inspection plus common areas, and major systems check can range anywhere froom $35/unit to $55/unit. If you just need a general idea of the property's condition you can base the inspection upon a flat percentage of the total units; in which case you should generally recieve a flat charge for the whole site. Some firms charge on a tiered basis pending the square footage, others don't care what the size. Either way, your flat rate will range any where from $150-$500 dependent upon size. Feel free to e-mail me if you have other questions. info@fieldpatriot.com Good luck!
-Jason
Patriot Appraisal and Field Services, Inc.

May 18, 2009
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