Having a home inspection is an essential part of the home-buying process. Purchasing a home without a proper home inspection would be similar to buying a car without looking under the hood or taking it for a test drive. Any reputable real estate agent will urge you to include a home inspection clause on any offers that you submit.
It's that time of the year when we need to do a mini home inspection to prevent any unwanted safety concerns or incur any further expense. Walking around your home for a few minutes and focusing on these areas may alert you to issues that may be of concern.
Most people expect a home inspection after they put in an offer on a house, or at least when they are considering doing so. However, pre-listing inspections are becoming more popular with sellers and realtors. How can a pre-listing inspection benefit you, as a seller or realtor?