Inspection day is often one of the most exciting moments of home buying because it’s likely the first chance you have to go inside the home since you made your offer. It’s also usually the last chance you’ll have until a final walk-through. But more importantly, it’s your opportunity to make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into when it comes to the condition of the home.
Getting a house inspected does not guarantee sleek sailing. You also need to play an active role within the inspection process. You may be assured that you are buying a good and solid house, even though you are not a skilled engineer, roofer, plumber or professional air quality evaluator.
A home inspection is a vital part of the house buying process. You must have skilled home contractors, inspecting your potential home to warn you of any potential threats and safety concerns. This video offers you some tips to use as a checklist for home buyers regarding what to look during a home inspection.