U.S. Inspect Re-Launches its Web site, Joins the Social Networking Community

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U.S. Inspect is announcing the re-launch of their website for consumers and real estate industry professionals.

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U.S. Inspect, the nation’s largest employee-based commercial and residential home inspection company, announced today that they have officially re-launched their Web site in order to provide more educational resources and interaction to homebuyers and to the real estate community. "Every day new articles, tips and commentary are now offered on our blog," said Phil Halpin, Director of Marketing for the company. “Visitors can subscribe to this blog or receive the information from the various popular social media sites like Facebook or Twitter; whatever works best for them.” Along with the re-launch, U.S. Inspect has embraced social networking as an alternative avenue for providing helpful information to customers and referral sources, getting their feedback, and continuing the conversation about houses online. Visitors to U.S. Inspect online can become fans on Facebook, follow the company on Twitter, interact with them on ActiveRain, or join their group on LinkedIn.

U.S. Inspect’s Web site, http://www.usinspect.com, launched in 1999. It was well ahead of its time in terms of its sheer volume of educational home owner’s resources with an interactive home systems glossary, hundreds of pages of useful information in its House Facts section, educational videos, and the industry’s first “Ask the Inspector” forum. Today, the site is, once again, unparalleled in the industry.

“Over the years, changes in Web technology have advanced rapidly, so it was definitely time to bring the site up to date as well as join in the online discussions via social media tools,” said Halpin. “In the spirit of Web 2.0 we hope to share our knowledge far and wide. We hope that Realtors® will freely share this information with their clients, and that home buyers will use the information and also share it with their friends and family.” U.S. Inspect has a long history of providing educational resources to the Real Estate community, often offering training for which Realtors® can receive continuing education credits. More importantly than that, their core business is educating home buyers about their homes. They now offer similar educational services to any visitor to their web site. “Knowledge is meant to be shared,” said Halpin. “Let the sharing and interaction begin.”

About U.S. Inspect:
U.S. Inspect, LLC. (usinspect.com) operates in three principal segments -- Residential Services, Corporate Services and Commercial Services, which are provided through its Commercial Assessments Division. U.S. Inspect has been in business for over 23 years and has performed over two million inspections. As the inspection company of choice for Corporate America, the U.S. Government, top Real Estate Professionals, and Home Buyers and Home Sellers nationwide, U.S. Inspect has earned a reputation for top-quality inspections and world-class service across its divisions. The company as a whole provides customers and clients with nationwide coverage for more many inspection types, including general home, termite, radon, mold, structural, private well, septic system, pool/hot tub, and specialty inspection services—plus Property Condition Assessments, Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments, Fair Housing Act accessibility compliance evaluations, commercial construction draw inspections, construction monitoring, reserve studies and other due diligence services through its Commercial Assessments Division. U.S. Inspect has hundreds of employees situated in more than 30 key markets nationally and has spent over 20 years building a network of over 9,000 supplier partners and specialists across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.    From its headquarters office in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., U.S. Inspect annually produces more than 100,000 inspection reports for clients involved in all facets of real estate.

For more information, visit usinspect.com.


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