A home inspection involved a detailed examination of your home. By following some key home inspection preparation tips, you can help make your home inspection go quickly and the selling process go smoothly.
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 home inspection is so critical to the buying process. However, there are some items that a home inspection doesn’t cover that you should be aware of before hiring a home inspector.
A qualified home inspector should possess a lot of knowledge about the different aspects of your home. They gain this knowledge through experience. So, be sure to check the background and references when hiring a home inspector. Learn more…
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.
Here in Florida, mold is a health issue you don’t want to mess with. A mold inspection is a specialty inspection and typically not included with our standard home inspection or 4 point home inspection. If you want to have an in depth mold inspection performed, be sure to request it as part of the general inspection.
The home buying process can rely heavily on 4 point inspections and wind mitigation inspections. So, it is important to know whether and when you will need a wind mitigation inspection, a 4 point inspection or both. Solid Rock Inspections Group can help walk you through the process.
From choosing the wrong inspector to not taking recommendations seriously, learning what mistakes to avoid helps you get ahead of the game and stride with confidence into the purchase of your new home. We have put together a list of the five most common mistakes home buyers make, so that you know what to avoid.
A home appraisal is performed by a third party. They take a look at a home in order to determine its value. Home inspections are comprehensive examination of the physical condition of a house.