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    We are based in Raymore, MO. and provide professional home inspection services within a 60 minute radius of our location.  

    If you live inside our service areas and don’t see your city listed, contact us and we’ll find a way to help you.

    Our MaxInspect® Home Inspection System

    Through the years we’ve poured thousands of hours finding ways to understand a home, predict outcomes, and uncover the defects we can see (and can’t see).

    We call this group of skills our MaxInspect™ Home Inspection System. 

    And it not only checks 100% of the items we can see, touch, and test (about 2000 items in the average home).

    It also uncovers problems hiding above ceilings, inside walls, under floors, behind furniture, and hidden by pesky storage itemes.

    This helps us give you one of the best home inspections in Kansas City.  

    This is what you get when you choose Bulldog Professional Inspection Services to be your home inspector:

    1. Quick and Friendly Customer Service

    We know you sometimes make important decisions after hours. That’s why we’re available to answer the phone and respond to your messages night and day.

    We’ll also do our best to schedule your inspection on the day and time that works best for you.

    2. Years of Experience and simple Communication
    We’ve been a full-time home inspection company since 2003 and have learned a few things about our customers along the way.
    For example, you’re different from other homebuyers. 

    You have your own wants, needs, experiences, expectations, triggers, and circumstances from other people, especially other buyers.

    It’s the same for homes and the stories they tell.

    That’s why no two home inspections are the same and why we ask questions that help us give you smart recommendations based on experience.

    So when the clock is ticking, this helps you make confident decisions faster… whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned out-of-state real estate investor.

    This takes years of experience, practice, and awareness and you won’t find anywhere else. 

    3. A Comprehensive Home Inspection That Focuses On What Matters

    In 2008, we first created the MaxInspect™ Inspection System.  It’s made up of a special set of skills that let us flesh out 95% of all defects:

    Gravity Flow™ Process

    Gravity is a relentless downward force always trying to flatten our homes.

    We use it to predict, track, and locate the source and direction of cracks, leaks, and other structural movement to better understand the impact they have on a home.

    100% inspection™

    The idea is simple…if we can see it, touch it, and smell it; we will inspect it, test it, and report on it without exception.

    While most inspection companies look at roughly 400 items, we look at nearly 2000-items in and around the average home and includes:

    • Landscaping (drainage, driveway, porch, deck, and patios)
    • Exterior (siding, outlets, windows, window wells, foundation, and retaining walls)
    • Roof (soffits, fascias, rake boards, ventilation, shingles (including number of layers), flashings, and chimneys) – and we WILL walk every roof that’s safe
    • Attic (insulation, ventilation, ductwork, electrical wiring, roof deck, and rafters)
    • Every window
    • Every door
    • Every toilet
    • Every sink
    • Every tub and shower
    • Every ceiling (including stains and cracks)
    • Every floor (for waviness and unevenness)
    • Every light and ceiling fan
    • Every switch
    • Every outlet
    • Every air vent
    • Every garage (including firewalls and openers)
    • All appliances (that stay with the home)
    • Foundation (for movement, cracking, and water seepage)
    • Operation and testing of plumbing system (inside the home)
    • Operation and testing of entire HVAC system (excluding A/C when outside temp. <60 deg)
    • Testing and inspection of electrical system (inside and out)
    Mystery Glitch™ Technique

    You know the odd quirks inside a home you can’t always explain?

    That’s a mystery glitch.

    This usually happens in older homes, which is why it takes real experience to expose, track, and troubleshoot this trickery so you understand where they are, how they work, and if they spell trouble.

    4. A Detailed And Easy-To-Read Home Inspection Report Delivered The Same Day

    You may not know this, but the home inspection report is the most important part of the home inspection.

    Why? Because it’s the only thing you keep when it’s over. 
    In fact, it’s the only shred of proof it even happened and your only tangible resource after it’s over.
    The problem is most home inspectors make it confusing and incomplete.
    But your home inspection report from Bulldog Professional inspection Services will be:
    • Uncluttered
    • Easy to navigate
    • Easy to share
    • Easy to download
    • Written in simple, everyday language
    • Full of enhanced and labeled digital photos
    • Full of detailed and easy-to-read 10Key™ Comments
    • Separated into 3 different summaries for clearer perspective
    • Delivered the same day
    5. Follow-up and Support After The Inspection
    You will get a courtesy phone call after your home inspection to make sure you received your report with no problems, answer any questions you have, and make sure you were happy with our service.

    Service Areas In Missouri

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    Blue Springs

    5-star review - f. davis - blue springs, mo.

    "Steve took time to explain...”

    "Steve took time to explain what he was looking at and what he was looking for."

    F. Davis -

    Blue Springs, MO.

    Blue Springs gets its name from the ridculous amount of spring water early settlers found at the Little Blue River as they migrated West searching for gold and land.

    That oasis later led to the erection of a permanent settlement on Woods Chapel Road.

    Today, Blue Springs, MO. is known for its award-winning schools, close proximity to Kansas City and Columbia (home to the nearest White Castle restaurant), growing population, safe neighborhoods, easy access to I-70, and appreciating home values.

    But don’t go jumping into the home buying frenzy without looking. The city by the river may be hopping and popping like bacon grease, but a home is only as good as the people who live there.

    So if you’re thinking of buying a home in Blue Springs, you’ll want to protect your investment by calling Bulldog and working with one of the best home inspectors you can find.

    Some recent home inspections in Blue Springs, MO.


    5-star review - p. laney - independence, mo.

    "Your professional demeanor and expertise were great!"

    "Steve, I wanted to say thank you for a quality inspection job.

    You were very thorough and both written and verbal information was extremely helpful. Your professional demeanor and expertise were great!

    I would definitely recommend you to anyone that needs an inspection in the future. Thanks again"

    P. Laney -

    Independence, MO.

    What comes to your mind when you think of Independence, MO?

    Is it the meth capital of the America?

     Of course not.  That’s so 1998.

    If you’re like most Missourians (and history buffs), it’s the 33rd President of the United States.

    Harry S. Truman spent his teen years in Independence where he graduated from Independence high school in 1901, but pretty much stopped there.

    In fact, he’s the only the president since 1896 to not have a college degree (he tried a few times, but kept changing his mind).

    Independence was named after the Declaration of Independence, is the burial site of a certain infamous local outlaw’s nearly as infamous older brother, hosted not onebut two – civil war battles, and was a key part of the Oregon, California, and Santa Fe trails.

    Today, Independence boasts the most massive genealogy library in America, a sister city in Japan (a diplomatic move on our part), and a visually striking Community of Christ world headquarters near the center of town.

    It’s also a stone’s throw from the Chiefs and Royals stadiums, straddled by I-70 and I-435 hwys, the 5th largest city in Missouri, 15 minutes from Kansas City, chock full o’ historic landmarks, home to a great school district, progressive neighborhoods, growing population, and steadingly rising house prices.

    But don’t cross that home buying street without looking both ways. There are blind curves that can hit you like a bread truck without brakes if you’re not careful.

    Enter, one of the best home inspectors in Independence (aka Bulldog Professional Inspection Services).

    Recent home inspections in Independence, MO.


    5-star review - b. duncan - grandview, mo.

    “...I appreciate the thoroughness and accuracy of your inspection..."

    “Great Job Steve... As a real estate broker I appreciate the thoroughness and accuracy of your inspection and the timeliness of getting our customer his reports.

    I was surprised to see the inspection report available at 1:11 am the next morning.

    Yes that was A.M. Thank you.”

    B. Duncan -

    Grandview, MO.

    "Isn't that a grand view?"

    Grandview, MO. is a town named for the majestic view from the steps of the general store in 1912.

    The chicken 'n biscuits that left a bad taste in their mouth

    When the Kansas Jayhawkers crossed into the future site of Grandview, they commandeered Solomon Young’s 600-acre farm (Harry Truman’s material grandfather) and killed the hogs, shot the chickens, and stole their silver while they forced his grandmother to make them biscuits until her hands bled (ouch!).

    Much later, the US Air Force turned Grandview into a military town along with all the perks that come with a booming and disciplined community. 

    Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base finally closed in 1994, but that fighting spirit never left. Even in the wake of recessions and dwindling population.

    Today, Grandview, MO. is a thriving family-friendly community full of growth and promise.

    It’s got top-ranked schools, a revitalized business community, historic landmarks, progressive neighborhoods, excellent accessibility to I-49, I-435, I-470, and Hwy 150, close proximity to Kansas City and Overland Park, manageable home prices, one of the lowest debt ratios in the Kansas City metro, and one of the most sustainable communities in Missouri.

    In 2020, Grandview also became the fourth strongest housing market in the state of Missouri and in 2018, it became one of the top selling zip codes in the KC metro area.

    So if you’re thinking about throwing down roots and raising a family lucky enough to call Grandview home, don’t forget the home inspection.

    And since Grandview, MO. is home to the Bulldogs, it only makes sense to give Bulldog Professional Inspection Services a call when your offer gets accepted and you want one of the best home inspectors around.

    Recent home inspections in Grandview, MO.

    Lee's Summit

    "... great to work with and gave me a flawless experience with a real professional inspector."

    "Steve went the extra mile.

    He was not feeling well, but did the inspection anyway so my closing could happen quickly AND it was his wife’s birthday and he came out anyway...he was great to work with and gave me a flawless experience with a real professional inspector."

    R. Richerson -

    Lee's Summit, MO.

    Lee’s Summit, MO. in honor of Dr. Pleasant Lea, the beloved local doctor who was hunted down and killed during the Kansas-Missouri border war of 1855.

    And I can’t say enough good things about this town.

    First, practically everything in Lee’s Summit is award-winning:  the schools, parks, lakes, even the downtown area.  

    Plus, with easy access to I-470, I-50, and Hwy 291, Lee’s Summit is only 20 min. from all the culture, diversity, and fun of Kansas City.

    It’s also the 6th largest city in Missouri, home to Longview Farm, the location of Longview Community College, and home of infamous outlaw Cole Younger.

    So with all this going for it, It’s no surprise that Lee’s Summit has been one of the fastest growing cities in Missouri for decades. 

    But, if you’re thinking of buying a home in Lee’s Summit, you’ll also need to choose an experienced home inspector to make sure it doesn’t become something you regret after you move in.

    Recent home inspections in Lee’s Summit, MO.

    Kansas City, MO.

    5-star review - m. flint - kansas city, mo.

    "Top to bottom thorough inspection"

    "Top to bottom thorough inspection - top of roof and attic all the way down to the sub-basement."

    M. Flint -

    Kansas City, MO.

    Did you know Kansas City, MO. was almost called Possum Trot?

    Yep.  Rabbitville was also in the running (like what I did there? rabbit…run…anyway).

    Thankfully, wiser heads prevailed or we might be rooting for The Possum Trot Chiefs or the Rabbitville Royals. 🙅🏽‍♂️ 

    In fact, these two rascally critters were so popular, they may have given Kansas City a little nudge in the direction of becoming the barbecue mecca it is today.

    But, along with world-class barbeque, Kansas City, MO. also has the world-famous jazz music with its own district that’s home to the American Jazz Museum, and the Negro-Leagues baseball museum that honors black baseball’s rich history. 

    Kansas city also has a thriving downtown area,  world-class dining and entertainment venues, Plaza shopping, casinos, and a sprawling metropolis surrounding the city, which helped Kansas City, MO.  rank #51 in the top 150 Best Places to Live in the U.S in 2022 by U.S. News and World Report.

    Kansas City is also home to the world champion Kansas City Royals (2015), Kansas City Chiefs (2020 and 2023), and boyhood homes of both Walt Disney (3028 Bellefontaine) and Ernest Hemingway (3733 Warwick).

    There is also infamous mafia ties (hey, you didn’t hear it from me), a thriving housing market, and historic and award-winning Kansas City communities everywhere you look.

    And with all the hubub and central geographic location, Kansas City has literally become the place to be in the US – bringing unprecedented growth and making homes fly off the shelf like Tickle Me Elmo in 1996.

    But, before you roll out the welcome mat, your new Kansas City home needs a solid home inspector to make sure it’s NOT a money pit in disguise. 

    Recent home inspections in Kansas City, MO.


    5-star review - j. jimerson - liberty, mo.

    "The entire experience was a pleasure!"

    "Steve made the inspection easy to understand and did a good job.  My thoughts were reinforced when I spoke to friends and family more knowledgeable than me about homes and repairs.  They reviewed the inspection report and also thought Steve did a great job!

    Steve was professional, knowledgeable, and personable.  The entire experience was a pleasure!"

    J. Jimerson -

    Liberty, MO.

    There aren’t many places in the Kansas City metro area with a richer and more colorful history than Liberty, MO.

    In fact, 2011 saw Liberty, MO. become #7 on Money Magazine’s ‘Best Places to Live’ in America. 

    Liberty, MO. is also where America’s first daytime bank robbery took place and where Joseph Smith (founder of the Latter-Day Saints) saw the inside of a jail cell.

    Liberty, MO. has a top-notch school district, great parks and trails, quick access to I-35 and I-435 hwys, 20 min. to downtown Kansas City, safe neighborhoods, open spaces, booming corporate environment, and diverse culture.

    Liberty is also the home of William Jewell College, Capitol Federal Sports Complex, Metropolitan Community College, the Battle of Liberty (September 17, 1861), 7 historic districts, and over 240 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic places.

    But, before you don your side’s colors in the next re-enactment, make sure your new home gets a once-over by a high-quality Liberty home inspector to make sure your next battle doesn’t take place between you and your new home.

    Recent home inspections in Liberty, MO.


    5-star review - p. baker - raytown, mo.

    "...very nice, thorough, and helpful."

    "Steve was very nice, thorough, and helpful. This made for a memorable experience and I’ll be referring Steve to my friends and family."

    P. Baker -

    Raytown, MO.

    Raytown, MO. began as an $800 treaty way back in 1826. 

    Back then, the area reminded the founders of the Blue Ridge mountains so much that they named the area Blue Ridge and the nearby rivers Big Blue and Little Blue.

    Then they named Raytown after William Ray, a blacksmith who set up shop on the Santa Fe Trail in 1848 then later the location of the oldest framed home in Jackson county (Rice-Tremonti).

    But, before you start forwarding your mail, you’ll want one of the top home inspectors in Raytown, MO. so your new home doesn’t make you want to run for them hills.

    Recent home inspections in Raytown, MO.


    5-star review - a. bruce - belton, mo.

    " ...would recommend him to everyone!!!"

    "Steve is a very thorough inspector and would recommend him to everyone!!! He gave very clear and concise explanations of all areas of the property."

    A. Bruce -

    Belton, MO.

    Belton, MO. was named for Captain Marcus Lindsey Belt and incorporated in 1872. 

    It’s also the home of author Dale Carnegie (who also happens to be buried in the Belton Cemetary), the infamous Dalton gang, short-lived home of 33rd president Harry S. Truman, and the 2012 X Factor winner Tate Stevens

    But, before you start making friends and influencing your neighbors, that fancy box of wood we call a home still needs one of the best home inspectors in Belton to keep you from running for cover after you move in.

    Recent home inspections in Belton, MO.


    "... extremely impressed by the skills, knowledge and the professionalism that Mr. Steve Rodriguez has shown"

    "I've purchased homes in the past and had experienced the inspection process. But, I want it to be known that I was extremely impressed by the skills, knowledge and the professionalism that Mr. Steve Rodriguez has shown throughout the entire inspection and his written summary. I would certainly use his service in the future as well as to recommending him to anyone that would require a professional home inspection."

    R. Jones -

    Raymore, MO.

    Raymore, MO. has been the location of Bulldog Professional Inspection Services since 2014.

    Raymore, MO. also has easy highway accessibility with I-49 and US 50 hwy just minutes away, an award-winning Ray-Pec public school district, is one of the fastest growing cities in Missouri, only 25 minutes from Kansas City, has a sizeable median income, a healthy 80% home ownership, and puts you right in the middle of one of the top commercial markets in the country.

    But don’t be too quick to roll out the welcome mat, because even though Raymore, MO. is an exceptional place to live with quality homes built by quality builders in quality neighborhoods, they’re still made of wood so it stills needs world-class home inspectors to make sure the Raymore house you choose becomes the home you love.

    Recent home inspections in Raymore, MO.


    "...incredibly grateful..."

    "Hi Steve. You explained everything clearly and you were completely honest. I also appreciate that even to this day, I still have the option to call you with any questions I might have.

    That is really impressive and comforting!

    Steve showed up the first time to do the inspection and we were in the middle of a crisis (flooded kitchen!!) He put off the inspection until we got the situation solved and made sure that as soon as we were ready, he was available!

    Even though he wasn't doing the inspection the first time, he still took a look at the water damage and took pictures.

    He did not have to do any of that and I was incredibly grateful that he did!"

    R. Osborn -

    Harrisonville, MO.

    Harrisonville, MO. was established in 1837 and is named for Albert J. Harrison, one of Missouri’s first Congressmen.

    And even though Harrisonville might be small in size (10k as of the 2020 census), it’s big when it comes to history, small town charm, famous (and infamous) figures, and wide open spaces.

    In fact, Harrisonville’s town square is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was once the home of 33rd President Harry S. Truman, and the birthplace of Edward Capehart O’Kelley (the man who killed Robert Ford, the man who killed Jesse James).

    Harrisonville, MO. also has excellent highway access, great schools, parks, special events, is only 35 min. to Kansas City, and the location of the Cass County courthouse.

    So if you’re thinking about moving to Harrisonville, MO., be sure to put quality home inspectors square in your sights before hanging up your six shooters or you might wind up with a Harrisonville home that looks like a pig with lipstick.

    Recent home inspections in Harrisonville, MO.

    Services Areas In Kansas

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    5-star review - k. twenter - lenexa, ks.

    "...I have to walk away from this house." 

    "Your inspection was very helpful!

    After looking at the issues with the house, and the lack of flexibility of the seller, I have to walk away from this house.

    Although I loved the house, the issues that the seller would not fix let me walk away knowing that I did the right thing because if I would have dealt with all these issues myself it would cost me a lot of money!"

    K. Twenter -

    Lenexa, KS.

    Lenexa, KS. has a long and rich history.

    First in the 1930s as the Spinach Capital of the World and today as one of Money Magazine‘s best places to live in Kansas

    Which isn’t surprising with Lenexa’s award-winning Shawnee Mission school district, low crime, easy access to I-35 and I-435 hwys, short distance to Kansas City, world-class restaurants, family friendly neighborhoods, open spaces, booming corporate environment, and diverse culture.

    Lenexa is also known as the City of Festivals, home to the annual Lenexa Chili Challenge, the Lenexa Outdoor Concert Series, Tails on the Trails Pet Festival, Great Lenexa BBQ Battle, and even a tribute Spinach Festival.

    But, before you fire up the grill, don’t forget to talk to quality home inspectors so you don’t end up wishing you could throw your new Lenexa home on the “barbie” after you move in.

    Some recent home inspections in Lenexa, KS.


    5-star review - A. Powers - Shawnee, KS.

    "I’ll be referring you to everyone!"

    "I’ll be referring you to everyone! You made this easy and explained everything since it was our first time!!"

    A. Powers -

    Shawnee, KS.

    Did you know Shawnee, KS. was first called Gum Springs?

    Shawnee, KS. was later renamed for the Shawnee Indians who first occupied the area in the early 1800s.

    It has award-winning schools, easy access to I-35 hwy, 10 min. to downtown Kansas City, and a thriving community that enjoys city living without the hustle and bustle.

    Shawnee is also home to Shawnee Mission Park, hosted to the Oregon, California and Santa Fe Trails, and thrived during the Great Depression as on of the leading fruit and vegetable producers in the region.

    But, before you start picking out drapes, you first need thorough Shawnee home inspectors so your new home turns out to be something you can brag about

    Some recent home inspections in Shawnee, KS.


    5-star review - A. Keena - Olathe, KS.

    "Steve spoke in lay terms, making is easy for me to make my decision with confidence."

    "I was very pleased in the manner the report was presented. The report was delivered within the timeframe established between the realtors.

    Steve was very professional and knowledgeable. Steve was very clear in his explanations and I am proceeding with the purchase of this home based on this inspection report.

    I would refer Bulldog Professional Inspection Services because Steve spoke in lay terms, making is easy for me to make my decision with confidence.

    Sitting down together after the inspection and going over key points made the experience memorable and was very helpful!"

    A. Keena -

    Olathe, KS.

    Olathe is the Shawnee word for “beautiful.”

    And with award-winning schools, quick access to I-35 hwy, K-7 hwy, K-10 hwy, and a quick 30-min drive to the University of Kansas, it’s easy to see why Money Magazine ranked Olathe, KS. #13 on its list of Best Small Cities in America in 2006.

    It’s also home to the Kansas State School For The Deaf, The Mahaffie House, was a stop on the Oregon, Santa Fe, and California Trails, and is only 20 min. from Kansas City.

    But, before you go and change the locks, don’t forget to call detailed home inspectors to make sure your new Olathe home doesn’t end up making you want to look up the Shawnee word for “regret.”

    Some recent home inspections in Olathe, KS.

    Overland Park

    5-star review - R. Johannes - Overland Park, KS

    "Steve’s thoroughness was amazing…"

    “Steve’s thoroughness was amazing…the most professional inspection process I have ever been through!"

    R. Johannes -

    Overland Park, KS.

    In 2022, Money magazine ranked Overland Park, KS. #7 on their top 50 places to live in America.

    That’s quite a feat, but when you consider Overland Park’s award-winning Blue Valley school district, low crime, easy access to I-35 and I-435 hwys, proximity to Kansas City, world-class restaurants, family friendly neighborhoods, open spaces, booming corporate environment, and diverse culture, you can see that it’s well-deserved.

    Overland Park is also the second largest city in Kansas, home to Deanna Rose Farmstead, Johnson County Community College, and the Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.

    But, before you start picking out furniture, you still need a great home inspector to make sure you’re not buying a second-class home in a world-class neighborhood.

    Some recent home inspections in Overland Park, KS.


    "Steve was great and took the extra time to walk us through the entire inspection process"

    "I will refer Bulldog to friends and family.

    Steve was great and took the extra time to walk us through the entire inspection process.

    When we encountered an issue with a water leak and were unable to complete the inspection on the scheduled date Steve had no problem coming back and helping finish the process."

    R. Capps -

    Leawood, KS.

    Leawood, KS. is a tight knit community that’s got Daniel Boone’s very own stamp of approval.

    That’s because he explored the area in the early 1700s.

    But Leawood, KS. was first occupied by Native Americans.

    Then after Oscar G. Lee bought a large plot of land, and the Kroh brothers put up a residential area in 1948, the city Leawood was born.

    Today, Leawood is a mix of luxury homes and businesses, only minutes from the city but with a small town atmosphere.

    It’s also full of manicured parks, clean streets, award-winning schools, churches, world-class dining and shopping, highly desirable homes, and all the modern conveniences the founders wanted when they settled the area.

    And even though dreamy Leawood, KS. was ranked one of the Top 50 best places to live in 2020 by Money magazine, it takes a great home inspector to make sure your new Leawood home doesn’t feel like a nightmare after you move in.

    Some recent home inspections in Leawood, KS.

    Kansas City, KS.

    5-star review - J. Summers - Kansas City, KS

    "...very, very impressed with your professionalism."

    "I was very, very impressed with your professionalism.

    You did a thorough job and provided a very detailed write-up of the inspection for us to keep.

    I would highly recommend Steven Rodriguez to anyone wanting a quality home inspection."

    J. Summers -

    Kansas City, KS.

    Kansas City, KS. is a progressive city making big moves.

    Kansas City, KS. started in 1872 after KCMO was already created, established, and growing.

    The leaders may have thought they had more right to it since they actually lived in Kansas (even though Missouri took the ‘Kansas’ in Kansas City from from the Kansas river, which took it from Kansa Indians), but the record books say the leaders took the name ‘Kansas City’ hoping to see growth like Missouri was having.

    Both cities are still separate today, but together they make up the Kansas City metro area.

    But don’t go thinking KCMO has much on Kansas City, KS.

    Today Kansas City, KS. hosts NASCAR racing at the Kansas Speedway and major leage soccer with Sporting KC.

    It also has the Great Wolf Lodge (North America’s largest indoor water park), shopping at Nebraska Furniture Mart, Cabela’s hunting and fishing superstore, and Legends Outlet stores, great schools, great neighborhoods, wide open spaces, golf courses, exceptional cultural diversity and all the great food that comes along with it.

    Not to mention, Kansas City, KS. has great highway access with I-70, K-7, I-29, and I-35, is only 35 min. to the University of Kansas, and is packed full of historic and progressive neighborhoods that are helping KCK enjoy the same growth as the rest of the metro.

    But wipe that drool off your chin before you start picking paint colors because it’s still too early to change the locks.

    Your new Kansas City, KS. home first needs to go through an in-depth look by an experienced home inspector to make sure it doesn’t end up making you want to cry yourself to sleep.

    Some recent home inspections in Kansas City, KS.

    Prairie Village

    5-star review - A. Davis - Praire Village, KS.

    "...the inspection lived up to all my hopes and expectations"

    "Steve was very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. I feel my safety was well cared for and Steve gave me good information to take to the repairmen to correct the problems found.

    I appreciated the confident referral from my agent, and the quality of the inspection lived up to all my hopes and expectations.

    The whole process gave me much more confidence in my decision throughout the purchase process for my home! "

    A. Davis -

    Prairie Village, KS.

    Prairie Village, KS. is a 6 square mile area dreamed up by local legend JC Nichols in 1941 and got its name from the Prairie School (Prairie Elementary today) and the way it looked like a ‘village on the prairie.’

    And while it was established in 1941, it wasn’t a city until 1951, despite being the Best Planned Community in America in 1949.

    Today, Prairie Village, Ks. is a beautifully landlocked community hidden in the heart of the city and only minutes the famed Plaza shopping area.

    In fact, if you blink or make a wrong turn you just might miss the quiet tree-lined streets, charming homes, quaint shops, and tucked-in setting of this world-class close-knit community.

    And just like the rest of the cities in Johnson County, Prairie Village has its fair share of appreciating home values, great schools, beautiful parks, and exceptional restaurants.

    But before you go and move into one of these landlocked lovlies, you’ll need to hire quality home inspectors to make sure the foundation isn’t cracked and the pipes don’t leak before the ink is dry.

    Some recent home inspections in Prairie Village, KS.