Steve Cook – Lead Inspector

TREC # 8713

Steve is a TREC licensed home inspector who began inspecting residential property in 1992 – with almost 30 years of inspection experience.

Steve is a highly qualified, dedicated, and experienced home inspector. The nearly 30 years of inspections and his long list of happy clients show how much Steve cares about each client, and every home he inspects.

He has undergraduate degrees from Ouachita Baptist University and his Masters from the University of Louisville. From 1992 to 2005 Steve worked as an inspector and program manager for municipal and other government housing programs. He obtained his Professional Home Inspectors license from the Texas Real Estate Commission in 2005 and started his own home inspection firm.

When Steve has downtime he enjoys spending time with his family, volunteers with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Garland and occasionally takes the time to read a novel.

Teresa Cook – “The Boss”

Office Manager

Teresa is the backbone of PCC Home Inspections. She runs the office, manages our schedules, and makes sure the ship keeps moving forward steady.

You will likely hear Teresa’s voice when scheduling, or if any help is needed. She is always happy to help our clients with anything they need. Our clients love having Teresa on the team. Her calm demeanor and happy outlook make working with her in our family business a true joy.

Teresa attended Ouachita Baptist University where she met her husband and future “employee”, Steve. After several years working for government housing and consulting companies with Steve, Teresa obtained her paralegal certificate. She spent nine years as a paralegal for family and business law firms before joining Property Condition Consulting as The Boss. She keeps us in line and runs the shop!

Although her title is The Boss; Teresa is also the Marketer in Chief and the Office Queen. When Teresa is not being The Boss she is The Mom to Christopher and Sydney

Dean Freeman – Professional Inspector

TREC # 20548

Dean Freeman has been part of the PCC family since 2012 – and he has been an incredible addition to the team.

Dean has extensive training, knowledge, and experience. Clients often comment on the breadth of his knowledge – which comes from a combination of his “book knowledge” of items, but also his hands-on experience – experience that can’t be taught in a classroom.

One of the things we love most about Dean is his “bedside manner”. He is very patient and calm with homebuyers – especially new ones. He takes the time to answer all of your questions, understand your home, and helps you feel confident in the information you are getting.

Dean has one of the best reputations in the area, and our clients often ask for him specifically by name.

Dean attended Texas Tech in Lubbock, TX before moving to the Dallas Metroplex to become a home inspector.

Samuel Newan – Professional Inspector

TREC # 24688

Sam is an Eagle Scout, with experience with remodeling and roofing. In his free time, Sam enjoys getting into nature with long hikes and camping.

A graduate of Poteet High School, in Mesquite, Texas. Sam attended Eastfield and Blinn College, where he was on the President’s List for both schools.

After having his own home inspected by Steve, Sam decided that this was a career that he wanted to know more about. He completed his training and licensing and joined PCC Home Inspections as a Professional Inspector.

With experience in roofing and remodeling, Sam shares a wealth of knowledge with his clients and is quickly becoming one of our most requested inspectors.

Felicia (Fee) Newman – Agent Relationship Coordinator


Fee is a photographer and maven of social media. Fee tells the story and makes the connections for PCC Home Inspections. Keeping Facebook and social media updated, she helps us stay in touch with our real estate agent referral partners.

Fee also helps to schedule CE classes with real estate offices, networks with agents, and helps to keep agents updated on the new and innovative ways that we work to make their job easier.


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