Although houses can be bought and sold without a home inspection, doing so is considered a bad idea. A thorough inspection is a critical step in purchasing a home. For sellers, it gives them a better idea of what their home value may be. Buying a home is expensive enough; however, a professional home inspection can reveal potential life-threatening problems such as mold or faulty wiring that could lead to a fire. Home inspectors look at exterior and interior parts of the home, including but not limited to electrical, plumbing, roofing, HVAC, walls, and foundations. Real estate agents are well versed in adding a home inspection clause to a contract and do it often.
It is certainly to your advantage to be fully armed with the tools necessary for a fair, honest home purchase or sale. An inspection of your home or the home you wish to buy lets you know where you stand regarding such important issues as the condition of the structure, roofing, electrical systems, well and septic system, etc. Although it may be painful to see a list of minor repairs, remember that forewarned is forewarned. We can give you plenty of tips for making your home stand out among the competition.
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