Are Atlanta home inspections just another EXPENSE before closing?
YOU are excited about your new home!
YOU have plans for fixing it up exactly as you have in your mind.
A NEW DECK
YOU feel you need to save money instead of hiring the best Atlanta home inspector.
Now what if instead of spending your hard earned money on fixing up your dream home you have to spend $20,000 on repairs tat you NEVER knew about?
- Replacing the Mcdonough heating and air-conditioning system
- Eliminating dangerous old wiring
- Repairing a sinking foundation.
Bill, from an Augusta car insurance agency, says that “Home inspections are alot like home insurance. REMEMBER they only help you if you get them BEFORE there is a problem.”
Now what should you do then?
The Miami Herald reminds us: “Every home purchase involves some unknowns and risks, but smart buying requires evaluating all of the major systems and components to ensure they are sound and compliant with code requirements. If you’re a typical homebuyer, you enlist the services of a professional home inspector for this task, but their expertise and competence vary widely. Ultimately, the homebuyer will live with the consequences of the decision, and that’s who needs some educating to spot a good home — and a good home inspector.”
In this article on inspecting the inspector the author wrote: “The reputation and experience level of a home inspector always determines the outcome of an inspection, not the price tag,” says Ralph LaTorraca, broker/owner of LaTorraca Realtors in Bloomfield.