Foundation step cracking and movement

With the housing market as competitive as it is and many people not including the an inspection contingency as part of their offer to purchase, does it still make sense to have an inspection after closing?  In a word, yes!

While it is absolutely true that the inspection done before closing it the right way to go, it is still a valuable tool after you own it.

Peace of mind is a valuable thing.  Knowing the good, the bad and the ugly about your new home allows you to make fixes if needed now, instead of 10 years from now when you go to sell.  Things like foundation wall movement, mold in the attic, electrical issues, high levels of radon do not get better over time and can be cheaper to deal with now before they become large health and safety issues later.

We are doing more and more post occupancy inspections so call today and get the peace of mind your looking for. 

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