KEY REASONS TO HAVE A HOME INSPECTION
Your Investment, Your Peace of Mind
It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of buying a new home and forget to make the important decision to have a home inspection performed before you sign the contract.
Home inspections are an instrumental part of the home-buying process that can save you a lot of time and money in the long run.
Remember that a home appraisal and a home inspection are not the same thing. Appraisals will not provide you with a detailed look at a property that can help uncover deep-rooted problems and potential pitfalls. Here are five great reasons to have a home inspection before you buy:
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DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER
Especially for those buying newer construction, a home inspection may feel like a waste of money. No matter the age of the home, there can be costly troubles unknown to the average buyer. Problems with wiring, plumbing and foundations may not be visible during a showing, that's why it is important to get an expert opinion from a certified home inspector.