Mark Slade - FirstTimeBuyer



The house hunt is over, and you decide to start the closing process on your soon-to-be home. Youhave visited the house and seen it at its best, beautifully polished, shiny and welcoming. But what if this is just part of the picture and something else is hidden underneath its glossy surface? Issues here may vary fromtermites andmold to leaking pipes or cracked support walls. That is why before closing a deal on your highly-anticipated newproperty, you need to order a home inspection be conducted. It will help to evaluate the house condition and let you sleep safely at night before and after the purchase. WHY DO YOU NEED A HOME INSPECTION? Some buyers tend to skip this step, especially if the market is hot and you are competing with several other buyers. Home inspections cost money and take time, but if there are serious issues found, more time and money is saved after the deal is closed. You need a house inspection to know what exactly you are buying and what to expect from your property in the future.


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