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Should you attend the Home Inspection?

If you are buying a home, you may wonder if you should attend the home inspection. The answer is yes, you should. There are many benefits of being present during the inspection, and it can help you make an informed decision about your purchase, and we encourage your attendance.

Here are some of the benefits of attending the home inspection:

- You can ask questions to the inspector and get immediate answers. This can help you understand the condition of the home and any potential issues or repairs that may be needed. It's easier to explain conditions ONSITE.

- You can see the home from a different perspective and notice things that you may have missed during your initial visit. You can also check the functionality of the appliances, plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling systems, and other features of the home.

- You can get a sense of how long the inspection will take and what it will cover. This can help you plan your schedule and budget accordingly.

- You can build a rapport with the inspector and get their professional opinion on the home. You can also get recommendations on how to maintain the home and prevent future problems.

- You can learn more about the home and its history. The inspector may have access to information that is not available to the public, such as previous inspections, permits, repairs, or renovations. This can help you appreciate the value and potential of the home.

Attending the home inspection is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended. It can give you peace of mind and confidence in your purchase. It can also help you negotiate with the seller if there are any issues or defects that need to be addressed.

By being present during the inspection, you can ensure that you are getting the best deal possible for your dream home.

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