Tuesday, October 29, 2019 / by Ingram Group
The home inspection usually occurs after a buyer signs a purchase agreement and just before the final closing date. Most home buyers choose to make the closing contingent on the results of the home inspection, this means that if the buyer finds something that they don't like from the result of the inspection, and the seller is not willing to do some repairs or adjust the selling price, the buyers can back-out from purchasing the home.
As a seller, all you would want to happen is to have a smooth-sailing home inspection. Here's a list of things you would want to take note of during a home inspection.