Typically, there are two groups of home buyers that consider a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) home inspection. The first group, oftentimes first-time home buyers, has a father, uncle, or friend that has construction experience or just “knows homes” and they are going to stop by and inspect the house. The second group are experienced home buyers that are buying a newer home and think 1) that they will be able to spot any issues themselves during their walk-throughs, and 2) because it’s a newer home, the probability of any big issues existing is relatively low. The risk and potential for significant issues to go unnoticed for either of these groups is extremely high.
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Buyer's Pre-Purchase Home Inspection
Performed during a real estate transaction’s “inspection period”, this inspection and accompanying report will enable buyer's to make an educated purchasing decision. This visual inspection will alert you to any damage, components that are past their typical life span, potential safety...Know More
If You're Buying A Home in Minnesota, Have It Tested For Radon
The Minnesota Department of Health recommends that every home be tested for radon. The average radon level in Minnesota is more than three times higher than the U.S. radon level, and is considered a serious public health risk. This is due to our geology and how we operate our homes.Know More
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Article Written By: KARE Staff
Original Article Posted on: October 26, 2020