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No. Inspectors can't see through walls for instance. They are limited to what they can actually observe. Their reports usually exclude many things.I'm intrigued why an agent would ask the question, though. Is there an interesting story behind this?
There is no perfect home, not even a custom built home.
A home inspection provided by a highly qualified home inspector is necessary to protect your buyers. The inspector's job is to look for&to identify hidden defects. We highly suggest that our buyers provide for inspection contingencies (home, pest,&radon) in the Purchase Agreements we prepare. (The region we cover is Northeast OH.)Pat Pribisko
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