- Foundation, Structural and/or Roof Issues
- Heating/Air Conditioning, Electrical and Wiring Issues
- Plumbing Issues
- Proper Insulation
- Signs of Rotting Wood, Mold and/or Termites
- And much more
When the inspection is complete, the Buyer and the Buyer’s Agent receive the inspection report from the Inspection Company, typically that same day by email. Any third-party inspection reports (i.e. termite) typically come by the following business day.
Upon reviewing the inspection report, the Buyer will need to decide among the following:
- Accept the property in the current condition.
- Negotiate with the Seller through your respective agents to have any repairs made before closing and/or monetary concessions from the Seller based on the condition of the property stated in the inspection report.
- After any repairs by the Seller are completed, it is always recommended to re-inspect the property.
- Terminate the contract.
Addressing any issues with the property upfront will potentially save Buyers and/or Sellers future frustration and thousands of dollars in repairs.