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House inspection services provide assurance before buying new property

Purchasing new home is always very risky and big investment. People want to only buy those home that provide happiness rather than trouble and frustration. If you are also in the process of buying a new home, it is very necessary to hire a home inspection service provider before signing the deal 
  • October 03 2012 - East Houston
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Why would anyone want to spend money on a home inspection before they even know if their offer is going to be accepted?  Furthermore, no owner would allow a homebuyer to do that without having a contract on the home.

Lastly, Texas contracts have a protection for the buyer with an option period.  Actually, that option if for the buyer to do inspection or not, they can back out for any reason, that's why it's the "unrestricted right to terminate".

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  • October 03 2012
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As far as home inspectors you do not want to hire them or pay any money before you are in an actual contract, and then only pay at the end of the inspection. It would be a good idea to research them before you get into a contract, while you are still looking for a home,  and your Realtor will more and likely have a list of inspectors you can talk with. Maryland like Texas has the loophole for home and other inspections to get out of the contract if the home inspection is not up to standards, we also have the option of letting the home owner repair what is wrong, and then re-inspecting it. It comes down to if you the buyer wants to say in the deal and how much you like the home. 

Also if you are looking for a home that has a basement please get a radon inspection, as I Realtor I stress that to all my clients of how important that is along with a home inspection.
  • October 04 2012
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