What Agents Should Know About Home Inspections

While it’s not legally required for real estate agents to attend home inspections, a good, dedicated agent who cares about clients should be there to advocate, ask questions, or even challenge decisions. A home inspection should not be left to the buyer or seller alone, who may not know the red flags that may arise or which questions to ask. Many real estate deals get broken because of some kind of issue that was brought up during a home inspection. Since it’s the agent’s job to advocate and negotiate on behalf of their clients, being at an inspection will help move that ...

Egypt Sherrod’s Hiring A Home Inspector

Hiring a professional home inspector should not really be seen as an option. It’s simply a bare necessity if you want to save yourself loads of time, money and heartache on the back end. A home inspector will often notice flaws or imperfections that you are very likely to miss yourself. He or she conducts a walk-through of the property to assess the physical, mechanical, structural, and cosmetic condition of the house. In a home inspection report you will find the things that need to be replaced, serviced or repaired. With this report in hand, you will now ...