13 Home Inspection Pitfalls

When you have finally found the property you want to purchase, and before you have finalized the entire deal, comes one of the most important parts of the entire house buying process – Home Inspection, which is an essential step carried out by the buyer to ensure that the future home has no obvious issues. Although a home inspection can never guarantee anything and might have a lot of pitfalls. We have come up with a guide to prepare you about the entire home inspection process and how to avoid certain pitfalls in the process.

1. Not inspecting the new construction

This is one of the most common mistakes that often even the experienced homeowners do. Since the property is newly constructed, it is assumed that it must have been built by following every guideline and local ordinance, to ensure every safeguard and keeping high-standards. Always perform an extensive home inspection before buying a house, even if the property is newly-constructed. Don’t just follow your contractor just because the property passed the local code.

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About the Author: Christie Morgan

I am a former Licensed Real Estate Agent that absolutely loves helping people find the home of their dreams. I also enjoy interior design, reading, writing, traveling, and spending time with my two cats.