The Best Assessment of Your Investment

Determining the safety of a home is a critical step in the buying—and selling—process. Through a thorough, multi-point inspection, we’ll help you understand the unique elements of a property to better inform your purchase decision.



As a licensed and certified home inspector, my focus is always on safety—and it is even more of a priority

today. Not just the safety of a structure, but also of my clients and colleagues. As we deal with

the ongoing challenges of the COVID 19 crisis, I wanted to update you on the precautions and

practices I have established to help prevent the spread of germs and prioritize the health

and wellness of everyone involved. 


I will wear a mask and gloves to each inspection and ask all attendees wear a mask. I will have extra masks and latex gloves and will provide them to clients as a courtesy upon request while supplies last. If you do not have a mask for our appointment, please let me know. I will continue to wear a mask and supply them for clients as long as the CDC recommends it for use when traveling in public. 


I will spray or wipe surfaces using an approved disinfectant such as Lysol or Clorox.

After each inspection, I will disinfect all of my tools using an approved cleaner. 

Limiting Contact

I am asking that all inspections be limited to essential attendees only. I am encouraging anyone over

60 years of age and other vulnerable members of the community to prioritize their health and stay home. 

Throughout the inspection, I am following guidelines for social distancing, including maintaining at

least 6-feet of space between each person and no physical contact (including handshakes). 

Staying outdoors either on the front or back lawn, balcony or other open-air

space is encouraged after main concerns have been addressed. 

Though I will disinfect surfaces that I touch, home sellers are encouraged to clean or hire 

a cleaning service after the inspection, especially if they are in a high-risk demographic. 


Under the best of circumstances, buying a home is stressful. For a first-time homebuyer the current climate may feel incredibly hard. I am happy to schedule additional calls to walk through the process with them at any point and do my best to ease their minds. Understanding that parents often play a role in the first-time home buying process and that their input is incredibly valuable, I am happy to schedule a Zoom or FaceTime call to answer their questions. 

I will answer any questions before or after the inspection, particularly with those who do not feel comfortable attending, via a Zoom conference or FaceTime call, and share any images I have from the inspection to review my notes. 

I ask that any real estate agents or attendees who are feeling sick contact me to reschedule,

even if it is the day—or hour—of the inspection. 

This will be my operating procedure until further notice. 

These are unprecedented times, and we are all doing our best to take care of ourselves, our families, and each other. Better days lay ahead, and if there is one thing that this crisis has taught

us it is that our strength as a community comes when we stand together—even at 6 feet apart.

John Moses

High Point Home Inspection




Authority. Expertise. Safety.

A real estate transaction is multifaceted with many quickly moving parts, and a home inspection is a critical part of that process. High Point Home Inspection offers a range of services to ensure the safety of a property that you are looking to buy or sell, including: 

  • A thorough, multi-point inspection by licensed and insured IACHI Home Inspector

  • A top-to-bottom, inside-out inspection of a home and its surrounding properties

  • A full, detailed report and analysis of the property

  • Recommendations for repair and service


Let our inspection be a high point of your home buying process



Experienced. Knowledgeable. Professional.

Servicing Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean Counties, High Point Home Inspection CEO Jonathan Moses is a fully licensed and insured Home Inspector in the State of New Jersey and a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Jonathan has served as a licensed realtor and has purchased, rehabilitated, and sold more than 20 properties as an investor.  In his rehab work, he has encountered many types of structural and systematic problems and discovered solutions for them all. Let Jonathan put his years of experience and knowledge to work for you to ensure the safety of your space.




I had an excellent experience with High Point Home Inspection. Jonathan is accommodating, professional, knowledgable, and thorough. I especially like how the home inspection reports are created. They are easy to read, laid out in a very organized manner, and with plenty of photos to add clarity. I wholeheartedly recommend High Point Home Inspection.

Melissa S
(Asbury Park, NJ)