You’ve probably heard from friends that the home inspector will always find something wrong. And that’s probably true.
No house is perfect, and inspectors would look like they weren’t doing their jobs if they didn’t find the imperfections.
But don’t worry. Most of the time, these are small defects that can be quickly and inexpensively repaired – or they are details that don’t require repair.
Sometimes, the things an inspector notes are simply a “heads-up” to the buyers that they may need to address an issue in a few years.
If something major is discovered, we’ll deal with it when the time comes. This could mean making repairs before closing or giving the borrowers an allowance. But for now, don’t worry. Any problem you know about has already been disclosed to the buyers and taken into consideration in their offered price.
Let’s just keep going forward – and anticipating a successful sale.