Thursday, October 25, 2018 / by Chinyere Orie
Obtaining a home inspection is a necessary part of the home buying process. Not only does it uncover hidden defects a home may have, but in doing so, it also provides homebuyers with a sense of comfort in knowing the condition of the house they are purchasing. It's important to conduct a thorough home inspection prior to settlement; otherwise, buyers may not discover major problems until after they move in, which can quickly deflate the excitement one feels after purchasing a new home.
Imagine purchasing your dream home. You and your family are so excited to finally move in and turn this house in to a home! You've even picked out your furniture for your family room and the perfect accent rug for your foyer. Than, after a few months, you notice that your heating system doesn't quite warm up your house to your liking. You also notice a mildew-like smell coming from your basement. You c ...