– WE WORK FOR YOU 110%

We have no loyalty to any REALTORS, we are hired for our Knowledge, Professionalism, Integrity, and Ethics…

Majority of our clients are referrals from previous clients!

We conduct home inspections on all Single Family Homes, Multi-Family Homes, Townhouses, and Condos in New Jersey. We also specialize in the Port Imperial Community with local knowledge. If you want a certified home inspector with insight into multi counties in New Jersey and a resident Core 360 Home Inspections will satisfy your inspections needs.

Choosing the right home inspector can be difficult. Unlike most professionals you hire, you probably won’t meet me until your inspection appointment–after you’ve hired me. Furthermore, different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and pricing. Core 360 uses the latest state-of-the-art equipment like drones, thermal cameras, and inspections tools others are not qualified for. Our reports have High-quality images in modern web-based HTML and PDF format for reports so you can quickly see, and share what’s important.

We go above and beyond New Jersey Certified Licensed Inspector requirements and continue our education with InterNachi to become a Certified Professional Inspector. Holding overselves to higher standard of education, ethics, and well updated with new building standards as they change.

We are a family-owned and operated business out of Hudson County New Jersey. We are not a big box franchise, and therefore have the time to dedicate our service to one client at a time. We built our business on customer satisfaction, educating our clients, and being an impartial third-party independent contractor.

North & Central New Jersey

Our Home Inspection Services

Single Family Inspection

Multi Family Inspection

Townhouse Inspection

Condo Inspection

Radon Testing

WDI Inspection

Highly Experienced

Certified Inspector

I have the knowledge to spot problems with materials, installation, and workmanship that other inspectors might miss.

From a new home or older home, an inspection requires a lot of work which may reveal many unseen issues or safety issues. Ultimately, a thorough examination depends heavily on the individual inspector’s training, efforts, ethics, pride in their work, and experience. You are my client and my referral to my next client; I work for you 110% to provide a safe and healthy home for you and your family.

If you honor me by permitting me to inspect your potential new home, I will give you my very best effort to provide you with the Best Home Inspection and Experience during this crucial time. I promise you the same care as if it was my own home. I really take the time to answer questions before, during, and after the inspection? This always seems to help all my client’s transactions go much smoother having the information I provide during and after an inspection. I add to that my diligent follow-up with clients, so they feel completely comfortable with what needs to be addressed. I generate the easy-to-read reports using the latest software, making them digital viewable online as HTML and pdf.

Other efforts I use to ensure you have the best home inspection is by continuing my certifications and knowledge in my field. Although the State of New Jersey requires licensing of home inspectors, the certifications and Continuing Education required by InterNACHI serve as additional in-depth training for the certified inspector so that I can provide sufficient and accurate information regarding a home’s condition. I have acquired extensive home inspector training through InterNACHI’s rigorous Continuing Education curriculum.

kind words & reviews

When we finish an inspection, we ensure the work is done 110% to the client’s satisfaction. Our clients know this and love this about us, and we are truly grateful for the numerous reviews we receive. We thank you for your time and kind words…

Friendly, Job was done correctly, he arrived on time.

Terrence McCollum Avatar
Terrence McCollum
7/08/2022

Jason was awesome. Extremely helpful, patient, and thorough during a very stressful process. Thank you for such a quick turnaround... read more

Jada Britto Avatar
Jada Britto
7/08/2022

Jason is extremely professional, knowledgeable, and possesses a great attitude. He gave great explanations regarding the details throughout the process... read more

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Xiaowen Zheng
6/25/2022

Thank you for your great work. It was done very professional and and prompt. It was a pleasure to deal... read more

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vlad stoyanovsky
6/25/2022

I would highly recommend him to anyone who looks for an experienced home inspector. I found him on google and... read more

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Lynda H.
6/08/2022

I had my home inspected in Guttenberg, Galaxy Towers this weekend. Thanks to Jason for being amazing and understanding throughout... read more

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Chetan Lalwani
5/23/2022

What Items & Components are inspected during a typical home inspection?

In a typical home inspection, we visually inspect over 200+ items/or components. See our detailed list for more information

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a visual examination of the home’s major structure, systems, and components that are visible and safely accessible. The inspector should substantially adhere to standards of practice that outline what should be covered during a general home inspection, as well as what is excluded. Some inspectors may strictly follow the standards of practice, while others may exceed the standards and inspect other items, or perform a more detailed inspection. Whatever the inspector includes in his or her inspection should be discussed prior to the inspection – this is known as the scope of work. The inspector should be able to provide you with a copy or online link to the standards of practice they follow. The inspector should provide you with a written report, which may include photos and/or recommendations, of his or her findings of the inspection. Read InterNACHI’s Standards of Practice to find out what is typically included and excluded in a home inspection.

Buying a home is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it’s important to get a home inspection because the inspector should be able to discover and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer. Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs to severe damage or safety and health concerns. Additionally, most mortgage companies require a home inspection on a property before approving the home loan.
A home inspection is usually scheduled after an offer has been made and accepted, but before the closing date. That way, the inspector can rule out any major defects that could be dangerous or costly. In rare cases—due to timing or contractual issues—the inspection can be scheduled after the closing date. If this is the case, the home buyer should schedule the inspection for the earliest possible date after closing.