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Often we look at new construction and assume that the construction must be "good enough" since the builder has to go through the building permit process. One thing to keep in mind, is that a building permit just means that the process must meet the MINUMUM state or local building code. This does not mean that the home is build well or without defect. I always recommend that my clients have home inspections done, including on as-is sales, new construction, or 50 year old homes where the original owner still lives in the house and knows every nut and bolt that was used to build the home. I have gone through the building permit process in many towns and have seen building inspectors shake their head at poor construction, but still sign off on the permit since the work meets the minimum requirements.
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