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What happens when you decide to go without home inspection?

By October 23, 2019August 16th, 2020No Comments

When you don’t opt for a home inspection, you are hoping that the seller will tell you everything that’s wrong with the property, which is highly unlikely because most sellers wouldn’t want their prospects to walk away just like that.

Also, there’s a possibility that your seller might not be aware of the defects. And despite having the best intentions for you, they will end up selling you a house that may require major repairs already.

Talking about home inspections in Maine; while there’s no dearth of licensed inspectors in town, but choosing an experienced one is worth your money. However, you must consider the fact that a home inspection is far from perfect. It’s a non-invasive procedure that may not uncover everything that’s wrong with the property.

But, the more experienced your inspector is, the more defects will he be able to find. Which is good because you don’t have to deal with unpleasant surprises later, should you decide to proceed with the purchase.

Now, a home inspection is usually carried out when the property is in ‘escrow’, and this is the best time to clear the air. At this stage, if your home inspector finds major defects in the property, you can exercise your will to back out or ask the seller to fix everything before you advance them a major deposit or the full amount. The same applies to commercial building inspections as well.

Here’s why a professional home inspection creates a win-win situation for both buyers and sellers.

Buying a home without running a proper home inspection can have consequences you don’t even want to think about. And on the other hand, a seller should rather order a home inspection and rectify defects instead of walking around in a cloud of rejections.

A standard home inspection uncovers structural issues as well as defects in plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems. If you are extra cautious, you can go a step further to test the property for radon presence as well as septic tank inspections.

If you are looking for a bespoke home inspection in Maine where you get to be the part of the process and see issues firsthand, contact Alpha Building Inspections to get a free price quote.

Tony Lanzilotta

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