Home inspection is key to successful buying experience

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Home inspection is key to successful buying experience

The inspection is a key part of the home-buying process and one that can be intimidating, especially for first-time buyers.

By avoiding these common mistakes, buyers can help ensure that their home inspection proceeds smoothly.

  1. Cutting costs – Choosing an inspector based on the lowest fees could cost more in the long run. Ask your agent for recommendations.
  2. Not being present – Seeing for yourself is better than only reading a report. If you can’t be there in person, you might ask a trusted friend or relative to accompany your agent.
  3. Expecting perfection – Try not to overreact if the home has issues. Remain calm and deal with each repair accordingly.
  4. Not inspecting repairs – Once negotiated repairs have been completed, be sure to check the quality of the work.
  5. Forgoing the inspection – Even homes built within the past three years may have some problems that developed after the final walk-through.

For more information on this important step of the home buying process call, email, or text me anytime.

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Five Star award Winner 2011-2018 honoring the top 7% of real estate professionals in Oregon. 

Rachel Sheller, Principal Broker, Realtor, CRS, ABR, GRI, SRES, MASTERS CIRCLE, Earth Advantage Broker, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, CSA-Certified Staging Agent, Oregon First, Washington First

Direct 503.380.9634, Email-    homesforyou@frontier.com

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