Home Inspection Prosper Texas
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If you’re a buying or selling a home in the Town of Prosper, Texas, count on Stonebriar Property Inspections for your home inspection. A reputable family-owned business that is A-rated by the Better Business Bureau, Stonebriar has 25 years’ experience in the home inspection industry right here in north Texas. The experts at Stonebriar have an impeccable record of conducting thorough, careful inspections centered around the client’s best interest. Whether you are a seller in need of an inspection prior to listing your home for sale or a buyer in need of an inspection after putting in an offer on a home, Stonebriar can help. Our inspection findings are documented in an ultra-detailed, 600-point report that’s written in layman’s terms and includes 80 digital images.
When you hire Stonebriar for a home inspection, we will assess the home’s structure and systems and provide an easy-to-understand assessment, including recommendations related to any potentially costly repairs. A carefully conducted home inspection can save you money and time and help you negotiate a fair deal on your real estate transaction.
Locally owned and operated, Stonebriar is a home inspector you can trust when buying or selling a home in Prosper.
About the Town of Prosper
Named for the plentiful crops produced in the area’s fertile farmland, the Town of Prosper enjoys the rich history of a small Texas farming town that has evolved with the times while retaining its small-town charm. Located about 35 miles north of Dallas, the friendly town embodies Prosper’s motto: A Place Where Everyone Matters.
Prosper Parks & Recreation offers an array of activities and events for children, families, adults and seniors, and the beautiful parks and miles of trails make outdoor recreation fun! And the Prosper Public Library is a treasured asset for readers, learners and dreamers. Prosper Independent School District (ISD) is a steadily growing, accredited district that educates about 19,000 students at 12 elementary schools, four middle schools and two high schools. Three of these schools opened in 2020, an expansion to support the ongoing population growth across the district. Additionally, among other school district accolades and accomplishments, Prosper ISD is consistently named among the Top 100 Places to Work in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Shopping and dining are plentiful in Prosper, with a mix of hometown mainstays and well-known favorites. Business growth across the city has been steady in recent years, and employment opportunities and business development opportunities abound. And, with just a short commute to and from both Dallas and Fort Worth, Prosper is a popular place for executives, professionals and families to put down roots, whether they work in the DFW metroplex, in Prosper or in a surrounding town.
Starting out in Prosper
If you’re buying a home in Prosper for the first time, here are a few resources that can help get you settled in your new hometown.
Trash and recycling services in the Town of Prosper are provided by Community Waste Disposal. Find more information here.
Prosper offers centralized, streamlined online sign-up for water and wastewater services: https://www.prospertx.gov/residents/sign-up-for-utility-service/
Since Texas is a deregulated energy state, ChooseTexasPower.org is a great resource to help you select the best electric service to meet your needs.
Atmos Energy is one option for gas service in Prosper.
Various options for internet, phone and cable are available, and improvements to broadband internet connectivity are being driven by the Town of Prosper.
Check out the Town of Prosper website for more resources.