While it is not necessary for you, the buyer, to attend the inspection personally, we always encourage and welcome your presence. That way, the inspector can explain what he is looking at and why. It allows you to ask questions ‘on the spot’. However, if you are unable to attend, you will still receive a thorough and comprehensive report noting every defect, concern and safety issue. And, we are always available before and after the inspection to answer any questions you might have.
Here are some tips on preparing for your home inspection:
How exciting! You’ve listed your home, located a buyer and negotiated a purchase price! The sale of your home is almost complete; however, you still have to cross the finish line. In most real estate transactions, a home inspection will occur after the buyer has signed a purchase agreement and before the final closing date. Many home buyers will elect to make the closing contingent upon the results of the home inspection. As a seller, you will want the home inspection to go as smoothly as possible. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to prepare: