Tuesday, May 17, 2016 - Article by: Prospect Financial Group - Prospect Financial Group, Inc. -
What Is It? A home inspection is a top-to-bottom look at your home. The home inspector you hire to look at the property should look at the following areas of a home: exterior, structural, roof/attic, plumbing, appliances, garage, electrical, HVAC, ventilation/insulation, and fireplaces. What Is It Used For?
A home inspection is used to make sure that the property in question is fit to be bought at the price decided upon. It costs money to fix problems, so if problems arise, you have the right to ask the seller to renegotiate. If they say no, you have the right to walk away from the property.
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