Residential Home Inspections Can Save You Money

Save Money In The Long-Run: Use a Qualified Home Inspector!

Hiring someone to inspect the home you want to buy? Selling a property and want to find if there are any hidden problems that need fixing before you put your home on the market? Here are five things you need to know:

If you’re hiring someone to inspect the home you want to buy, or you’re a seller trying to find out if there are any hidden problems that need fixing before you put your home on the market, here are five things you need to know:

  1. You can choose your home inspector.
  2. Home inspections are intended to point out adverse conditions, not cosmetic flaws.
  3. Home inspection reports include only the basics.
  4. Home inspectors work for the party who is paying the fee.
  5. Inspectors are not responsible for the condition of the home.

Read the full article about each of these five important facts on Realty Times.

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