VA Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report
A VA Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report is usually required for VA loans and refinances. This form, commonly referred to as Form npma-33, is requested by the VA when processing a home loan or refi.
What Does a VA Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report Include?
A Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report will include a visual inspection of the readily accessible areas of the structure. The inspection will include all wood destroying insects, including drywood and subterranean termites as well as any fungus or dryrot. There is a nominal fee for this report.
What Happens Next with Form NMPA-33?
A licensed termite inspector will complete the VA Wood Destroying Insect Inspection and go over the inspection with you. The inspector will let you know if there was any visible evidence of wood destroying insects OR if the report was clear of any findings.
Getting Your VA Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report
Our state report is acceptable as the form NMPA-33. Your report will be typed up and is available to be mailed, faxed or e-mailed directly to you or your loan processor. You can then forward a copy of the report to the appropriate parties.
Why Choose AmeriGuard Pest Defense For Your VA Loan or Refi?
AmeriGuard is a veteran-owned business. Read more on our About Us page. We look forward to working with you and the VA to help you with your home loan or refi. Call us at (951) 652-0505 to schedule a convenient time to perform a wood destroying insect inspection. We look forward to speaking with you and answering any questions you may have and thanking you for your military service.