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I would let the buyers and the buyers realtor know that you will be there to let them in the house. Advise them that you will be out of their way, but will be available should they have questions or need any assistance. It is your house and you have the right to watch over your property.
The seller is not normally present for home inspection. If you insist on being at the inspection call the buyers agent and see if the buyer is ok with you being there.
Joe Stone - Realtor®
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If it were me, I would be present. The inspector may want to point out some things and I think it would really be helpful for you to be present, just make sure you don't get defensive about their findings.
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