The Home Inspection

By admin • April 14th, 2010

The Home Inspection

Our LDS agents at CTRAgents.com believe it is always a good idea to be there when the inspector is evaluating your potential new home.

No home inspector will ever tell you if you are getting good value on the home, but they will be checking out the structure, construction and mechanical systems in the house to make you aware of any repairs that are needed. This includes but is not limited to: electrical systems, plumbing and waste disposal, water heaters, insulation and ventilation, the HVAC system, water sources and quality, potentials of pests, the foundation of the home, doors, windows, ceilings, walls, floors, and roof.
When you are buying a home find a qualified and experienced inspector.

It is also a good idea to have the inspection before you sign a written offer because once the deal is closed you will be buying the house as is. You can even include an inspection clause. This clause gives you an “out” on buying the home if some serious problems arise and it may even give you a chance to renegotiate the price of the home if repairs are needed. An inspection clause may also specify that the seller fix the problems before you buy the home.

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