Before you buy a home, you want to be assured it is in good condition as this would save you from stress and from spending a lot on repairs. You’ll have some assurance when you get your potential home inspected professionally, a process that doesn’t have to be overly difficult if you know what mistakes to avoid early on.
Choosing the Wrong Type
If you’ve never purchased a home before, you may not know which type of inspection to get. There are several types, only adding to your confusion. Two of the most common are home inspections and general inspections. After receiving a home inspection, you get the opportunity to make a list of what the seller needs to fix prior to closing on the deal. If they are not cooperative, of course you can walk away.
In contrast, a general inspection is just for information purposes only, where you don’t get to make demands on the seller. Rather, potential red flags are identified to help you decide if a property is a good fit. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qm8GD0