When buying a home it is always in your best interest to do an inspection, whether you do a pre-inspection before an offer is made or it is a subject in your accepted offer. By making a home inspection a part of your purchasing process, you can move forward with confidence. For many people their home is their greatest asset, so why not make sure it is a sound investment. A home inspector is not only for buyers! Although most commonly seen on the purchasing side, a seller can choose to have a home inspection done before they sell their home. As a seller this will provide you with less stress knowing you have a sturdy home to put on the market. If you’re wondering, “well, what if the inspection is bad?”, in all cases, doing the pre-purchase inspection, subject to inspection, or pre-sale inspection, you now know what the issues are and what needs to be done to fix it. On the purchasing side, you have options to not make an offer, not remove subjects, not purchase the property and for sellers, this gives you an opportunity to put your best foot forward and get the sale price you wish to achieve by making the fixes prior to coming to market.
Whether you are purchasing a home or selling one, having the right Inspector is also key! An Inspector who is trusted and gives you not only the best quality inspection, but is also honest and unbiased with you can make all the difference.
Here are a few we recommend:
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