Inspection: Getting an inspection on the home you’re about
to purchase is one of the most important investments you can
make among all the closing costs. The inspector will take a
few hours (you should be present) to review the general
integrity of the house. Their analysis will bring any potential
future budget busters to light. For example, soil settlement, mold, electrical, plumbing, etc. The home inspection costs vary from around $250 – $500 depending on the size of the home and complexity of the inspection.

Please note that additional inspections may be indicated or required such as WDO (Wood Destroying Organisms aka termites), Roof and Wind Mitigation, well and septic inspections, etc.

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