Why you need a home inspection now more than ever…even if you are selling.

Do a home inspection even if selling

Why you need a home inspection now more than ever…even if you are selling.

As a home inspector, I have seen a lot of different houses and encountered a variety of issues that can arise in a home. When it comes to buying a home, it’s important to be informed about what to look for and what to expect during the inspection process.

Here are some tips for home buyers from a home inspector:

Be present at the end of the inspection.

While it’s not required, I always recommend that home buyers attend the inspection for a summary. This gives you the opportunity to ask questions and get a firsthand look at any issues that are found.

Understand the difference between major and minor issues.

Not every issue found during an inspection is a deal-breaker. Some issues, such as a leaky faucet or a loose doorknob, are minor and can be easily fixed. Other issues, such as a faulty electrical system or a cracked foundation, are major and can be costly to repair. It’s important to understand the difference so you can make an informed decision about whether or not to proceed with the purchase.

Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

As a home inspector, I’m here to help you understand the condition of the home you’re considering purchasing. If you don’t understand something or need more information, don’t hesitate to ask. I’m happy to explain things in more detail and make sure you feel comfortable with the information you’re receiving.

Consider having a pre-listing inspection done.

If you’re considering selling your current home, having a pre-listing inspection done can help you identify any issues that may need to be addressed before putting your home on the market. This can help you avoid surprises during the negotiation process and ensure that your home is in the best possible condition when it’s time to sell.

Remember that no home is perfect.

Even brand-new homes can have issues that need to be addressed. The key is to be informed about the condition of the home you’re considering purchasing so you can make an informed decision about whether or not it’s the right fit for you.

Buying a home is a big decision, and the inspection process can be overwhelming. But with the help of a knowledgeable home inspector, you can feel confident that you’re making an informed decision about the condition of the home you’re considering purchasing.

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