A Buyer’s Home Inspection is for people who are looking to buy a new home, and when the home is new to them but has previously been owned by someone else.
This inspection is important to have done before making the decision of whether or not to purchase a home.
A buyer’s inspection is an overview of all of the major components of the home, and is used by buyers to determine the condition of the home.
A Buyer’s Home Inspection Includes:
A buyer’s home inspection is when the inspector looks at the major components and systems of a home, and tests them if needed to determine their capability and connectivity.
- Electrical systems
- The foundation of the home
- Chimney & fireplace
- Plumbing systems
- Structural soundness
Why Get a Buyer’s Inspection:
A buyer’s home inspection is important for the buyer of the home to gain perspective on the home they intend to purchase. A buyer’s inspection will help you decide if a home is right for you, and avoid homes that have substantial and costly defects.