Tuesday, November 10, 2015

A Home Inspector can be a Good Investment Protector (part 2 of 2)


These are but some of the many important questions many people ask when it comes to home inspections and it is also good to be aware of the important things you need to know about a good home inspection.

Never ever attempt to conceal or hide any defects that you are aware about and allow the inspector to take their time in inspecting the house, as well as avoid asking too many questions regarding the condition of the home while in the process of the examination.

Do not argue with the inspector about comments or remarks you only get to overhear, or the apparent results of the inspection, take note that they have been tasked to help you identify problems that may need your immediate attention and thus save you the trouble of complaints that may arise later on, especially with the purchase of the house.

Another important area the inspector will want to make sure to go through would be the house’s electrical system and the inspector may need to remove the cover on the electric service panel to examine the electrical system, so be sure that the panel is accessible and that the cover easily removed.

Every other area of the home must be made accessible, particularly the utility room areas. This is also not limited to  access basement and attic crawl spaces. 

As much as possible, make sure to be aware of the things to consider to prepare for home inspectors to make it a pleasant and professional experience.

The bottomline for this home inspection process is primarily to focus on not just consumer protection, but for the investment of the client as well, since investing in a home is no joke considering the fact that this may yet be one’s biggest investment ever.

So try to think of it this way, home inspectors are not there to terrorize, but a home inspector can be a good investment protector.

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