Here are two reasons why you shouldn’t wave (bye)/waive a home inspection. See what I did there with wave and waive? That’s called a double entendre if you’re keeping score at home.
1. You Can Avoid Costly Surprises
There’s no way to know the true condition of a property until you get a home inspection. These inspections are crucial for eliminating or minimizing surprise repairs after moving into a home. You’re able to learn what’s wrong with a property early, and after reviewing the inspection report, you can ask the home seller to make the needed repairs.
2. You Have an Opportunity to Walk Away
If the home seller does not agree to certain repairs, you might be able to walk away from the entire deal without losing your earnest money deposit.
Please reach out to me if you have questions. I’d love to speak with you about any of your home inspection questions.