Vantage Real Estate Group

Vantage Real Estate Group

HOME INSPECTIONS When putting in an offer on a property, more often than not, a home inspection clause is included. This means that before the sales goes through, a home inspector will have the opportunity to walk through the home with the buyer and inspect the property and make note of anything that may be a potential problem. Home inspectors look at everything from the interior to the exterior of the property as well as the electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems. They often provide a report of their findings which will help you make an informed decision on whether or not the purchase of the home is right for you. An inspector can climb up into the attic, follow plumbing and pipes along walls in the basement and the like, but they cannot move furniture (rugs, paintings, etc.) that may be hiding something. They also can't cut into the wall or floor or dismantle anything. They can suggest looking further into certain things that may require an expert opinion or further negotiation with your agent and the seller.

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