No one wants to move into a home that ends up needing thousands of dollars of unexpected repairs!


A home inspection is not mandatory, but it’s hands down the best way for buyers to get a professional opinion on the condition of a home before committing to buying it. And here’s the good news: even after you’ve signed a contract with the seller, most agreements include an inspection contingency period (just double-check with your real estate agent!). During this time, you have the option to back out of the deal or request that the seller fix any costly issues found during the inspection. All so you can rest easy knowing you won’t be stuck with a lemon of a home.