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Beeler Road Lewis Ranch in Copper Mountain.  Inspection Fee $360
Commercial Space on Frisco Blvd.  Inspection Fee $200
Mountain Thunder Lodge Two Bedroom Condominium in Breckenridge.  Inspection Fee $200
Raven View Three Peaks in Silverthorne.  Inspection Fee $420
River Run Two Bedroom Condominium in Keystone.  Inspection Fee $150
Settlers Creek Townhome in Keystone.  Inspection Fee $270
Timber Ridge Two Bedroom Condominium in Wildernest.  Inspection Fee $150
Timber Trails Luxurious Home in Breckenridge $8.3 million
Tucker Mountain Inn Three Bedroom Condominium in Copper Mountain.  Inspection Fee $200
One Ski Hill Place Condominium in Breckenridge.  Inspection Fee $250
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Home inspector who used to be a Town Code inspector

by Roger Hollenbeck on 06/07/15

You would think that hiring a home inspector that used to be a Town code inspector would really be a benefit however one should keep in mind home inspectors are inspecting "used" homes.  Not homes that are in the process of being built or remodeled.  So all you're getting is someone who has been in a lot just finished homes that have been inspected over 12 months not 3 hours.  It's substantially different. 

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