Delighted Client

Dear Yaminiji,

Thanks a lot for your report…and most importantly your precious time you devoted to our problem.

I am also recommending my clients and friends to avail the home inspection services.. God willing many deals will come through in near future..

Best Regards,
Praveen Khemka


A new era has been born in India with initiation of Professional Home Inspection Services Industry. We take immense pleasure to announce the formation and incorporation of “HOME INSPECTION ASSOCIATION OF INDIA”, a milestone has been achieved in the country. The founder members of the association include founders of the leading home inspection companies presently operating in India including MACJ – A Buyers Choice Home Inspections, Homeinspektor, E-ghar, Meazurement, Checkmyprop, etc. The association has been formed with the objective to have a common platform or the growth, development & regulation of home inspection industry in India.

Appreciative Client

Dear Nitin,

This is in regards to the home inspection moisture tests carried out at our residence in Mumbai.

I appreciate your prompt support and your services very professional. Your Analysis of the complete inspection was crisp & factual which helped us address the concerns.

I would definitely recommend your services to all the prospective customers.

I wish you best of luck for all your future endeavors.



Aneesh Sawant
Ergo Systems

CII meet on Sustainable Real Estate

CII meet on Sustainable Real Estate held on Saturday 16th December 2017 at Hotel Novotel.

Mahendra Sureka (CEO, MACJ – A Buyers Choice Home Inspections) sharing the dias as a speaker with Mr. Gautam Chatterjee, Chairman – Maharashtra RERA and leading Kolkata Developers (Mr. Sushil Mohta, Promoter – Merlin Group and Mr. Pramod Dwivedi (Head Marketing – Ambuja Realty). Mr. Chatterjee welcomed at the forum the formation of Home Inspection Association of India and agreed to be the Honorary Member of the Association.

Delighted Customer

Last month I was invited by the builder to perform the final inspection and take possession of my apartment in Pune. Since I was in Netherlands, I neither had the time to visit India nor the skill set to perform the inspection. MACJ A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections provided a quality solution to the problem.

The team from MACJ-ABCHI performed a thorough inspection of the apartment and clearly laid down all the defects and observations in the report. I could have never even imagined to perform such detailed but important checks on the apartment.

Because of the professional quality of the inspection and detailed defect report, the builder gracefully accepted the inspection report and agreed to fix all the defects mentioned on it. I can now peacefully accept the possession of the apartment, knowing that all issues have been identified by MACJ and fixed by the builder.

MACJ-ABCHI provided a professional service from beginning till end and I would recommend everyone to use a professional inspection team like MACJ-ABCHI before investing a lifetime of savings to buy a dream home.

Kunal Gupta
IT Business Analyst, TCS

Press Clippings on Professional Home Inspection

The leading newspapers of Bengal published a number of articles on Professional Home Inspection focusing how it is bringing transparency and accountability to the real estate industry, quoting our CEO, Mr. Mahendra Sureka.

Happy Customer

“I am Tanay Saraf Advocate & Partner, SB Legal Partners, a law firm at Calcutta High Court.

Our 30 year old home recently developed a damping situation wherein after a heavy rainfall, the ceiling would drip water in two rooms. My father who had constructed the building with his own hands was surprised where the source of water.

I told him about how MACJ Home Inspection from my BNI Chapter had modern day gadgetry and could detect the water source. We hired their services and MACJ Inspectors inspected the premises with complete ease and suggested by father to make other adjustments in the terrace to prevent future water seepage.

My father and I are very happy with  their service and would recommend their services to any family suffering from damp walls at their residence.

Tanay Saraf
Partner-IP & civil
SB Legal partners

Home buyer shield

The Mamata Banerjee government has drafted a bill to protect home buyers that so far seems to have refrained from following the many states that have watered down central provisions.

The West Bengal Housing Industry Regulation Bill, circulated but not yet tabled, is almost identical to the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act promulgated by the Centre. Several states had chosen to frame diluted rules under the central act but Bengal is seeking to enact a law of its own.

The following are some of the key features of the Bengal bill:

  • All ongoing projects that are yet to get a completion certificate will come under the purview of an authority that will regulate the segment. Each phase of a large development will be treated as an individual project requiring registration under the authority. Several states had diluted this provision by exempting ongoing projects.
  • The authority will seek and upload on its website details of a project and the record of the builder.
  • The builder must rectify free of cost any structural defect detected up to five years from the date of handing over possession.
  • Seventy per cent of the amount received from buyers in a project has to be kept in a separate bank account to cover the cost of construction. The promoter can withdraw sums from this account in proportion to the percentage of completion. This provision is aimed at averting diversion to other projects — a recurring and debilitating problem.
  • Apart from minor changes, no addition or alteration can be made to sanctioned plans of buildings or common areas without written consent from two-thirds of the buyers. If a person owns multiple flats in a project, his or her consent will be quantified as that of one person.
  • If a builder fails to deliver on time and the buyer wishes to withdraw from the project, full refund, along with interest and compensation, will be mandatory.
  • If a promoter fails to follow the provisions for registering a project with the authority, a penalty of 10 per cent of the project cost can be imposed. Failure to comply with the authority’s orders can attract a three-year jail term.