The Risk of Waiving a Home Inspection
It is not uncommon for homebuyers to submit a purchase offer that’s contingent on a satisfactory home inspection.
These inspections aren’t required for a mortgage loan, but highly recommended because they provide clues about the condition of a home. A house might look pretty on the outside, yet need serious, costly repairs on the inside.
A home inspection is non-invasive. Therefore, a home inspector does not open up the walls. They will, however, inspect the home’s electrical, plumbing and HVAC system, as well as the roof, foundation, attic and other structures to identify possible areas of concern.
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