Home Inspection: A Wise Investment

Buying a home can sometimes be a long and tedious process. The first step is to use a reputable lender who has approved the mortgage beforehand and you need to get a real estate professional you know.

The real estate agent you choose should take the opportunity to hear exactly what your needs are and what your home or condo needs. Often, people search for six months or more to find a house that fits their needs.

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Once you've found the perfect home, it's in your best interest to sign a sales contract that allows you to set a specific time for your home to be inspected.

This usually allows you to check your home seven to ten times for unexpected problems that can later cause significant costs.

The following is a list of other types of home inspections:

• Pest Inspection – This type of inspection not only tells you whether wood-destroying insects have been found on the property but also if there is dry rot anywhere in the house.

• Chimney – This type of check ensures that the chimney is functioning properly and that the lining or bricks in the chimney need repair.

• Heating and Air Conditioning – Most ovens need cleaning and maintenance. If the stove or air conditioner doesn't work properly, a professional will have to disconnect it to determine the problem and the cost of repair or replacement.