As you probably know, home inspections are an essential step in the home buying process. However, fewer people realize that there are many types of home inspections. A properly licensed home inspector is able to comment on the condition of your home, but they aren’t experts in everything.
So, your offer was just accepted by the seller and you have a home under contract. Now what?
What is a home inspection? Do you need one, and if so, how much will it cost? Today, we're going to look at the answers to all of these questions and more. Knowledge is power, as they say, and the more relevant info you have, the easier it will be to navigate through a home inspection.
Purchasing a home is one of the most significant decisions you can make in life. It is also one that does not come cheap! Besides your mortgage and down payment, there are many other costs that you should be aware of.
The Inspectify team is thrilled to announce that we have rebranded! Our goal was to create a new logo and brand identity that better represents our company. In our website, marketing, and products, we’ve implemented our new brand. Today, we are so excited to introduce you to the new Inspectify!
It’s no secret… every real estate agent knows home inspections are a must. And, every great realtor knows that pre-listing inspections are the key to helping homes sell faster, and for more money.
People across the country and in Seattle are ready to buy now. They are taking advantage of all-time low mortgage rates (as real estate agent insights are showing) and a desire to upgrade their homes for more amenities. If you are one of these people who are ready to buy now, one factor to keep in mind is that you might be competing with other buyers to land the home of your dreams. It might be tempting to buy a house without an inspection to get your top home pick before anyone else does, however, there are a lot of reasons why that is not advisable. Here are some reasons why you should never buy a house in Seattle without an inspection.