You’ve made an offer on your home. The sellers have tentatively accepted. At that moment, everything seems like it’s pretty much set and your path to becoming a homeowner has effectively been cleared. Hopefully, you know there are a few steps left in the process, including an important one: you need to run a home inspection.
Technically, you don’t “need” to do a home inspection; there’s no law or rule saying you must. However, once the sale of the home is final, it’s final, which means the home inspection is your last chance to ensure that the property isn’t hiding any structural deficiencies or unpleasantness that could compromise the quality of your investment…. [Read More]