Congratulations on selecting a home!

Buying a home is one of the most important purchases of your life. If you’ve placed an offer on a home, you likely considering a Home Inspection. Below are some thoughts to help you through the process. And be sure to check out a sample report and the Standards of Practice to get a feel for the Inspection.

Do I Need a Home Inspection?

Buying a home is expensive enough. So why should you spend more money to get a Home Inspection?

  • Research your potential home like you would any other important purchase.
  • Make an informed buying decision based on your budget AND future time and investment.
  • Understand needed repairs, safety issues, and ongoing maintenance.
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What To Expect From an Inspection

A Home Inspection is a non-invasive examination of a home’s components such as the roof, crawl space (or basement), foundation, heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical and structural components. It does not include statements about cosmetic features, not does it offer estimates of repair costs.

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Buying "As Is"

You may think that because you are purchasing your home “as-is”, you don’t need a Home Inspection. But consider that an Inspection will help you better understand the condition of the home and  prepare for repairs and budget for upcoming maintenance expenses.

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