There can be a lot of steps to purchasing a home. It normally starts with scheduling a showing with an agent or attending an open house after you have been pre-approved.
Then there is the process of deciding what features are absolutely necessary for the new property, versus the features that are just something a person would LIKE to have.
Then a buyer has to make an offer and possibly negotiate with the seller or the seller’s agent.
Finally, it is time for the home inspection and buyers feel as if a burden has been lifted. However, most buyers blow by the inspection and miss some critical information.
Here are 9 Important Home Inspection Tips For Buyers looking to get the most out of the inspector’s report of their potential new home.