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The home inspection process involves an objective examination of readily accessible areas, physical structure and operating systems of the home. A home inspection allows the buyer to gain an overall understanding of the current condition of the home prior to purchase. The inspection process typically occurs when a home is listed on the market or when an offer has been made. Once a contract has been accepted, the inspection will occur within the time determined on your real estate contract.
Frequently Asked Questions about Residential Inspections
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Inspecting your own potential house is not recommended. Home inspectors are specially trained to look for things you may miss. Unless you are a home inspector yourself, seek out a professional. Some states or financial lenders require a licensed inspector to complete the inspection.
In most cases, you’ll receive your custom report at the end of the inspection day or at the very least, the next morning. While many inspectors give you a few papers with handwritten notes, our professional reports come in a three-ring binder. They include thorough details and a helpful summary page. We also email the report to you and your real estate agent on the same day.
Your agent may recommend a few inspectors, but the client normally chooses and hires an inspection company. When you call us, we work directly for you.