Know What You’re Buying
Home inspectors inspect every area of your home. They won’t miss a thing and because of this, inspections can take
hours to complete. Both the buyer and the seller get copies of the final report. This way, you know exactly what you’re buying and the seller knows exactly what they are selling. There is no miscommunication in an inspection report. It is straight forward, entirely factual, and includes any issues that you can expect will need attention in the future, such as roof repair or a new furnace.
Power to Negotiate
If there are any issues found during the home inspection, this gives you power to negotiate the asking price of the home. In a scenario like this, you can ask the seller to lower their price to compensate for any problems found during the home inspection.
Seller Makes Repairs
If an inspection report turns up problems with the plumbing, the foundation, or anything else that needs repair, the buyer is in the position to ask the seller to repair the issue before they will move forward with the closing. Typically, sellers oblige to this request.
To learn more about the home inspection process in Northeastern Ohio, call Ark Home Inspection at 330-760-5048 for more information, including home inspection costs. Our friendly team will answer all of your questions.