Use this post to encourage home buyers to take an active interest in evaluating a home before they close negotiations. This post highlights areas which may be commonly overlooked by home inspectors.
- Don’t Hesitate to Inspect a Home Yourself
- Commonly Overlooked Home Inspection Details
- Buyer Beware: Don’t Neglect to Inspect a Home Yourself
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Home inspectors are professionals trained to spot problems and evaluate properties, but this doesn’t mean you should neglect to evaluate a home thoroughly before you buy. Here are some commonly overlooked areas you can check for yourself.
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“Home inspection professionals are trained to spot problems and evaluate a home’s overall condition. While they have a reputation for being ethical and thorough, they are also still human. Sometimes details escape their attention.
If you’re making a major investment in a home, there’s no reason you have to leave 100% of the inspection up to someone else. There are definitely areas you can review for yourself (or hire an outside party to review).”
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