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5 mistakes buyers and sellers make with home inspections
A home inspection isn’t just about identifying problems with the house. A thorough inspector considers the appointment a master class in your new home.
Getting a home inspection? Here are the 5 mistakes to avoid.
5 home inspection mistakes to avoid
1. Not researching the inspector
Too many buyers and sellers take whatever name is recommended without doing research.
A few questions to ask:
How long have you been inspecting homes?
You’re looking for an inspector who can analyze the home’s strengths and weaknesses — then explain them. Premier Inspections is all about making sure you know exactly what was found during the inspection.
2. Not attending the inspection
Attendance may not be mandatory, but it’s a good idea.
Just reading that inspection report isn’t enough for most homeowners to get the full picture. Set aside enough time for the whole thing. The inspection will take an entire morning or an afternoon. Some inspectors will sit with you after the inspection to explain things and answer questions.
3. Not reading the inspection report
Too many buyers and sellers just glance at the inspection report,
You need someone who uses clear and concise language in person and in written reports. Premier Inspections provides thorough reports with detailed images and makes sure you understand everything on the report.
4. Not getting a presale inspection
Many sellers elect to leave the presale inspection to the buyers, but that’s a mistake. When the buyers get an inspection (and if they’re smart, they will), the sellers will have little time to complete repairs and keep the sale on track. But if sellers have the home inspected before putting it on the market, they have more time to get repairs done. With the extra time, they can shop around and control costs. Both buyers and sellers often wait too long to engage an inspector. You should find an inspector long before you have (or make) an offer.
5. Not prepping the home
Inspectors are peeved when homeowners don’t prepare the house.
Don’t force the home inspector to have to charge a re-inspection fee because by the standards of practice inspectors are not allowed to move homeowners items. If you have a crawl-space hatch, move anything sitting on top of it. The inspector needs access. So open it or provide keys. For a seller, the best tack is to be at home to meet the inspector, introduce yourself, provide your cell number — and then you can take off.
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