If you are thinking of selling your home we can help you to identify those defects that the buyer will exploit which left uncorrected could keep you from realizing the best terms and highest sale price for your home.
If you are a buyer with an accepted offer in hand you typically only have 10 days from acceptance of your offer to have an most inspections completed. If you waive this inspection you run the risk reducing the value of your investment.
Since homes are sold "as is, where is", you want to be absolutely sure of what you are purchasing and have taken all the precautions to minimize unknown defects and unexpected, financially crippling expenses after closing.
Who We Are
Ross W. Goodhue was born and raised along with his three siblings in Old Saybrook, CT by their parents who were local school teachers. After graduating from the high school, he attended Southern Connecticut State University receiving his Bachelor of Science degree while at the same time also being enrolled in UCONN’s ROTC program and earning a minor in military science. After his Honorable Discharge as an Officer in the USAF Reserves, he joined the family business where he built several houses having contributed in every aspect of residential construction.
It was during the residential market downturn following the banking crisis of 1987 that Ross pursued his passion for aviation by becoming first a flight
instructor then ultimately a corporate, senior captain accumulating over ten thousand flight hours spanning a twenty-nine-year career flying complex jet and rotor aircraft. During his non-flying down time, Mr. Goodhue returned to his building roots by undertaking various remodeling jobs, building a traditional timber frame barn and supporting friends and neighbors in their various home improvement projects.
Ross has combined his teaching skills, extensive technical knowledge and sharp attention to detail with his background in building and vast knowledge in systems by becoming a Licensed House Inspector proudly serving the residents of Connecticut.