A Realistic Evaluation
Your real estate agent's job is to find you the perfect home, in the right location, with all the amenities you want--and at the right price. It is the home inspector's job to find any skeletons in the closet -- or in the plumbing, wiring, roof, basement and beams.
The inspector won't pass or fail a home based on what he or she finds, but will go over the house thoroughly to help you understand the condition of the property you are buying. If there are any serious problems, your inspector can give you a realistic idea of how much the repairs will cost. If there are material defects that were not reflected in the asking price, you will have the opportunity to re-open negotiations with your sellers before you commit to the purchase. A good inspector will also explain the operation of the basic emergency systems such as the main water cut off valve and the circuit breaker box, and will go over items that will need routine maintenance.
If you are buying a house, we recommend that you make a professional home inspector part of your home purchase team.
Do These Real Estate Tips Really Apply to YOU?
I've learned these tips through years of experience as a top Realtor. But I know that YOUR situation might be different. That's why I'm here.
It's my job to personally advise homebuyers and sellers. Ask me if any tip that I've included here really applies to your situation.
If you have any questions about these tips - or other tips you may have heard elsewhere - ask me! I'll respond quickly, for free and without obligation.
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