A home inspection is not a required part of the buying process, but it does help buyers avoid mistakes so they can make a smart buying decision. Learn more about pay at closing inspections with Solid Rock Inspections Group
The one house you thought was perfect has a few too many flaws after a home inspection and now the seller won’t make the repairs. So what do you do? When this happens, you certainly have a few options to consider.
Getting a radon test of your new home will give you insight into whether the house has a radon problem or not. If it does, your agent can work with the seller to negotiate a lower price to compensate for radon mitigation.
Your property inspection from Solid Rock Inspections Group is the best way to determine the condition of your systems and appliances as of the present day. A home warranty policy can help support your inspection by providing an extra layer of insurance to help make sure they stay in prime working condition.