In this day and age it is unbelievable that someone would by a house without a home inspection by a certified inspector… Yet it happens all the time. In a misguided effort to save money some people are relying on their own expertise to discover potential problems with a house or condo.For those that do get a home inspection prior to purchasing a property, most of the time the inspections come up with a few minor details that on the surface makes it appears as a waste of money having the inspection done. But the reality is these buyers now have peace of mind in knowing the property they chose is for the most part free of any major structural or mechanical defects.Every now and then however, the inspector will find something that makes every home inspection worth the time, effort and money. Twice in the past year we have had buyers discover that the siding on the property they were getting ready to buy was literally rotten. In the one instance the buyer received a $30,000 credit to replace the defective siding. This was discovered by an inspector using a moisture meter. The house had been freshly painted which… Read full this story
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