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On new homes, there is a good chance that your home inspector will not look too hard. I once bought a newer home when the inspector did not check the broken (recalled) microwave, water in the crawl space in one corner. As it turned out, when I read my "fine print" the home inspection will cover the cost of the home inspection for any repairs missed. So they are good for $400 or less.But when I sold my home, their home inspector found all of this. So If you can find a good home inspector that is not "in bed" with the loan officer or Realtor, I'd get one.Put on your coveralls and crawl around with the home inspector and ask questions.
D.R. Horton...but I was leaning towards getting one anyhow...realtors are telling me there is no need... save the money the builder will do a walk thru with you!
You should get one. Because it is new doesnt mean it is put together right. I would never bypass an inspection!
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