When purchasing a pre-owned home, it is important to have a pre purchase building inspection done. This will help you know what condition the property is in, and if there are any repairs that need to be made.
What should I know about this?
Here is what you can expect from a pre-purchase inspection:
The inspector will take a look at the property inside and out. They will examine the structure of the home, as well as the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. The inspector will also check for any signs of pests or water damage. After the inspection is complete, you will be given a report that details any findings. This report can be used to negotiate with the seller on repairs or prices. Pre-purchase inspections are an important step in the home buying process, so make sure to schedule one before you close on your new home!
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