Today I’d like to shed some light as to what goes on during the home inspection process.
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What can you expect from the home inspection process? Allow me to explain.
The home inspection is usually completed during the buyer due diligence period. In Las Vegas, this period is one of the time frames outlined by our standard residential purchase agreement.
During the buyer due diligence period, the buyer will choose which inspections they’d like to have completed for the property. This includes choices such as a general home inspection, a roof inspection, a well inspection, and more.
It’s important that, while any of these inspections are being carried out, the seller leaves all the utilities at the property turned on. Sellers should also make sure that none of their personal items will block the inspector’s access to important systems throughout the home.
The inspector will check over every feature in the home. They’ll look at everything from the refrigerator to the attic.
Once the inspection is complete, the buyer will receive the full home inspection report. The buyer will then have the chance to review the report and submit a list of items they would like the seller to address. Finally, the seller can accept or refuse these requests, or engage in negotiations with the buyer.
If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.