4 Reasons why you need a home inspection – Irvine Real Estate – Homes for Sale in Irvine

by Robert Mack on November 19, 2011

in Buyers, Latest News

Every now and then I come across a buyer who doesn’t think they need a home inspection for one reason or another.  You’ve all seen The Money Pit right?  Well you wouldn’t want that to happen to you, would you?  The reality is that there is no substitution for a great home inspection during the escrow process.  Look at the big picture and ask yourself what is more important to you…..spending a couple hundred bucks on a home inspection and to really know the in’s and out’s of the home you are about to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on, or do you want to save that money and simply hope for the best?  Check out this short video and learn the 4 reasons why you NEED a home inspection.

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John @Fort Myers and Cape Coral real estate November 21, 2011 at 5:26 pm

I agree, I cannot stress how important an inspection is when purchasing a home. Here in SW Florida, we see homes all the time that have not been lived in for years and have not had anyone keeping up the condition of the home. We find problems in the homes that cannot be seen with a walk through that can save you thousands in the long run.

Robert Mack November 21, 2011 at 6:05 pm

Hi John, you are so right! Most buyers walk through a home and if they don’t see anything they think it’s 100% okay, and many times there are functional issues or like you said, issues in the walls that can’t be seen by simply doing a walk through. I don’t know how it is ir SW Florida, but if a buyer ultimately decides to pass on the home inspection despite our recommendations, I always have them sign a home inspection waiver, clearly stating that I recommended one. Thx for your feedback.

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