The data download contains a lot of data, and understanding what you're looking at is important. We include these definitions inside the zip file of the download so you don't have to hunt for them, and we're including the documentation here as well.

Majordomo Summary

This file has a single row, but a bunch of rows. This summarizes the entire report. Here are each of the columns/fields:

  • DOMOREPORT_ID: Majordomo's unique Domoreport identification number.

  • DOMOREPORT_PUBLISH_DATE: The day the Domoreport was published.

  • PROPERTY_ADDRESS: The house number and street name.

  • PROPERTY_CITY: The property's city.

  • PROPERTY_STATE: The property's state, in XX format.

  • PROEPRTY_ZIPCODE: The property's 5-digit zip code.

  • INSPECTION_DATE: The day of the inspection.

  • INSPECTOR_NAME: Inspector's first and last name.

  • INSPECTION_COMPANY_NAME: The inspection company name of the inspector.

  • WEATHER_CONDITIONS: A description of the weather on the day of the inspection.

  • REAL_ESTATE_AGENT_NAME: The buyer's real estate agent name and company they work for.

  • PROPERTY_SQUARE_FEET: The property's total square feet.

  • HOUSING_TYPE: The public designation for the building type for the property.

  • BEDROOMS_NUMBER: The total number of bedrooms in the property.

  • BATHROOMS_NUMBER: The total number of bathrooms in the property.

  • STORIES_NUMBER: The total number of stories/floors in the property.

  • YEAR_BUILT: The year the property was constructed.

  • TOTAL_EVALUATED_FEATURES: The number of features evaluated to calculate the Domoscore.

  • DOMOSCORE_CURRENT: The current overall Domoscore of the property.

  • DOMOSCORE_PERFECT: The maximum possible overall Domoscore if the property was in perfect condition.

  • DOMOSCORE_VERSION: The version of the Domoscore engine used to calculate the Domoscore.

  • ALL_REPAIRS_NUMBER: The total number of repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • URGENT_REPAIRS_NUMBER: The total number of urgent' repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • PRESSING_REPAIRS_NUMBER: The total number of pressing repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • COSMETIC_REPAIRS_NUMBER: The total number of cosmetic repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • ALL_REPAIRS_ESTIMATED_COST: The total estimated average cost of all repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • URGENT_REPAIRS_ESTIMATED_COST: The total estimated average cost of all urgent repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • PRESSING_REPAIRS_ESTIMATED_COST: The total estimated average cost of all pressing repairs identified from the home inspection.

  • COSMETIC_REPAIRS_ESTIMATED_COST: The total estimated average cost of all cosmetic repairs identified from the home inspection.

Majordomo Condition

This file contains all of our data used to assess the condition of a home. Here are each of the columns/fields:

  • PROPERTY_ID: Majordomo's unique property identification number.

  • DOMOREPORT_ID: Majordomo's unique domoreport identification number.

  • FEATURE_ID: Majordomo's unique property feature identification number.

  • SECTION_NAME: The name of a section of the property. Ex: inside, outside, etc.

  • AREA_NAME: The name of an area with a section of the property. Ex: kitchen, bathroom, front yard, etc.

  • FEATURE_NAME: The name of a feature within an area of the property.

  • FEATURE_DOMOSCORE_CURRENT: The current Domoscore of a single feature.

  • FEATURE_DOMOSCORE_PERFECT: The maximum possible overall Domoscore of a feature if in perfect condition.

  • INSTALLED_YEAR: The year a feature was installed or replaced.

  • FEATURE_AGE: The age, in years, of a feature.

  • FEATURE_CONDITION_DESCRIPTION: A description of the feature's condition.

Majordomo Repairs

Finally, this file contains all the repair data. You can link all of these tables together where columns/fields have the same name. Here are each of the columns/fields:

  • REPAIR_ID: Majordomo's unique repair identification number.

  • DOMOREPORT_ID: Majordomo's unique Domoreport identification number.

  • FEATURE_ID: Majordomo's unique property feature identification number.

  • AREA_NAME: The name of an area with a section of the property. Ex: kitchen, bathroom, front yard, etc.

  • FEATURE_NAME: The name of a feature within an area of the property.

  • PROBLEM_NAME: An easy to recognize name of the problem pulled from PROBLEM_DETAILS.

  • PROBLEM_DETAILS: A copy of the problem described in the home inspection report.

  • INSPECTION_PAGES: The pages of the inspection that describe the problem.

  • REPAIR_NAME: An easy to recognize name of the recommend repair.

  • REPAIR_DETAILS: A description of the repair to be performed.

  • REPAIR_QUANTITY: The number of units needed for the repair.

  • REPAIR_QUANTITY_UNITS: A description of the type of units needed. Ex: feet, each, etc.

  • REPAIR_QUALITY_LEVEL: The quality level of the repair, matched to similar features in the property.

  • TOTAL_COST_LOW: The top of the total cost range estimate of the repair.

  • TOTAL_COST_HIGH: The bottom of the total cost range estimate of the repair.

  • MATERIAL_COST_LOW: The top of the material cost range estimate of the repair.

  • MATERIAL_COST_HIGH: The bottom of the material cost range estimate of the repair.

  • LABOR_COST_LOW: The top of the labor cost range estimate of the repair.

  • LABOR_COST_HIGH: The bottom of the labor cost range estimate of the repair.

  • EQUIPMENT_COST_LOW: The top of the equipment cost range estimate of the repair.

  • EQUPMENT_COST_HIGH: The bottom of the equipment cost range estimate of the repair.

  • TRIP_CHARGE_LOW: The top of the trip charge, or minimum labor charge, cost range estimate of the repair.

  • TRIP_CHARGE_HIGH: The bottom of the trip charge, or minimum labor charge, cost range estimate of the repair.

  • PRIORITY: The priority level of the repair: urgent, pressing, or cosmetic.

  • TRADE: The type of home service professional who can complete the repair

Enjoy diving into the data and making it your own.

Related: How do I download the Domoreport's data?

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