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Why a home inspection?


Since your house it one of your most expensive investment of your lifetime, you need to know exactly what you are getting.

The professional home inspection will reveal any problems with the house, which may be addressed before you close the deal; therefore, making your buying decision much easier and more confident.

The inspection report will tell you what needs to be repaired and what routine maintenance tasks you should perform to keep the house in top condition and sale value.

You should require the inspection at the time you make a formal offer. Make sure the contract has an inspection contingency. Then, arrange for an inspector to come inspect the house and you should pay close attention to the inspection report. If you are not comfortable with what the home inspector find, you should demand that the seller correct the problems before closing or negotiate for a lower purchase price or better terms to compensate.

The professional home inspection will reduce the risk of costly surprises with what is likely to be the largest purchase you will ever make. It helps you to make a more informed and more comfortable decision.

Remember: When buying a home, you should always have a professional home inspection performed.

 
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