So you're moving from out of state to Gilbert, Arizona, maybe Queen Creek, Chandler, Mesa or San Tan Valley, but you don't know anything about the area? Wouldn't it be great to know someone that
Home Inspections Are They Important
Home inspections. So are they required on a purchase? No they're not required by a lender or anyone else for that matter, but they're highly recommended that's for sure, they're very important. The main reasons for that is you can discover major defects in a home or property that you certainly would want to know about to make an informed decision on whether you want to proceed or not.
At the very least, it would give you peace of mind of some maybe handyman work that needs to be completed, and all inspections are going to result in some sort of malfunctions and that's okay, but we're looking for the major items. Can you cancel the purchase as a result of the inspection? Absolutely you can within the timeframe allowed within the contract.
Are they good for new builds or are they just good for resale homes? Well that's a great question and here's a myth. New builds have problems with them. We're dealing with human beings and I don't care if it's a 100 year old home or a brand new home, they have defects. If you're getting a new construction home, in this instance, don't listen to the new build property. Get your home inspection, a private home inspection and see what's going on with it.
What's the cost of a home inspection? It ranges of course from the square footage, but it's approximately 300 to 450 dollars in this area. Certainly can answer any of your questions you have regarding an inspection, be happy to do that. Feel free to call me at 480-250-0837 or you can always visit us at our website gilbertareahouses.come. Have a great day.
Also, for an expert opinion regarding home inspections, please visit our Facebook page (Gilbert Area Houses) and watch the video interview with Searchlight Property Inspections.
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