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How DOES a Home Inspection Work?
Like going to the doctor, when you sell a home, the "doctor" (inspector) will come for the Buyers health evaluation of the home.
In this blog, we will look at 3 general points included in a home inspection.
1. Time needed to complete an inspection
Most home inspections happen after an offer has been made and accepted by a Seller and typically take anywhere from one to three hours although, three hours would be extensive. Note a Seller can have an inspection completed prior to listing the home.
2. Some areas included in the inspection are:
Possible plumbing concerns - an example of which could be a hot water heater outside of local and state code requirements.
Noticeable, mortar only, cracks in brick mortar
Appliances, thermostats or plumbing fixtures not operating properly
When the inspection is completed, typically an electronic report is generated for the Buyer and emailed to the Buyer's realtor. The Buyer's realtor will then share the report with the Seller's realtor.
This is a scratch of the surface of a home inspection. If you'd like more real estate information, please contact me at email@example.com
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