If you’re thinking of buying a home, then you’re probably aware that you should get a qualified home inspector to examine it. In fact, most offers will include a condition that the property be inspected before the sale becomes final.
A good home inspector will go over the property from top to bottom, inside and out. The home inspector will look for things like cracks in the foundation, out-dated wiring, repairs that need to be made, and any aging components, such as the roof and furnace. The inspector will also provide a timeline for replacement of any major components including HVAC, windows, roof, etc.
Basically, a home inspector helps the potential homeowner understand the condition of the home and the related costs expected. This valuable service is also very beneficial for the seller as well. By having your current home inspected before you list it for sale can help sell your property faster and for the best price.
For instance: Say you put your home on the market and you get an offer. The offer is conditional on the home inspection. The inspector may uncover a major issue that you weren’t aware of, and the buyer could potentially walk away from the deal. If, however, you hired a home inspector first, you would know about those issues in advance and could deal with them appropriately.
A good home inspector can be more valuable than you think! If we can be of service or if you would like more information or have any questions, please contact Choice Home Inspection Services at 770-490-6911. Or email or text us: http://chisvc.com/contact-us