Should I get an inspection on the house I'm buying
When purchasing a new home it's important to get an inspection done on your home prior to your due diligence passing. An inspector is going to be able to find issues with your new home that may not be visible to the naked eye. He/she will check for mold, the electrical, plumbing, they will check the attic so be sure your home is insulated, they will check the foundation, and everything you can possibly think of. An inspector will be able to get in a lot deeper into your home to be sure it's safe and sound for you and your family. Make sure you're using a licensed inspector and your agent should have a great recommendation for you. If you get your inspection report back and there are sections of concern your agent will write an repair addendum and you can request the noted items are repaired before closing. You can also ask that the seller pay for a home warranty in the case that anything happens in the future the home warranty will cover any costs that would be associated with repair. Your agent should also be able to recommend you to a good home warranty company.
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