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Purchasing a home is one of the most important decision you make in a life time. A home inspection is one of the first important steps during your due diligence after going under contract on a home. Home inspections are not required, but they are highly recommended. Not everyone can see the hidden defects within a home.
It's important to know what you're buying and if it's safe for you to buy the desired home. Hiring a trusted home inspector who is licensed, insured, and experienced will protect you in the long run. Property Inspectors Of Atlanta are licensed, insured, and certified. We have been inspecting homes since 2010.
Everyone who is buying a home needs a home inspection. Why? Because many times there are hidden defects in a home not even the seller is aware of preventing a major headache down the road. A home inspection protects you as the buyer from purchasing an unsafe home as well as the seller from selling an unsafe home.
The cost of a home inspection varies by company. Some charge more for older homes with basements, some charge more for newer homes and second inspections. Property Inspectors Of Atlanta is the best in the business when it comes to pricing. We only charge per square foot, not the age of the home, and guarantee same day reporting.
Yes, it is highly recommended you hire a home inspector for all new construction homes. Many builders will tell you it's not necessary to save the pain from having to fix any unseen issues.
With Property Inspectors Of Atlanta, we inspect pre-drywall to ensure they are using good wood, inspect the home again after the build to ensure there are no other defects, and you will schedule a final walk through prior to closing.
This is where your Realtor negotiates on your behalf. Whatever the buyer and the seller agree to in your contract and negotiate during this transaction specifies who fixes the problems found in your home inspection.
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