As a homebuyer, you'll want to make sure that you make a wise investment choice, and that's why professional home inspections are becoming an essential part of the buying process. In fact, more and more buyers are using specialized inspections based on location or the property itself, in addition to the standard home inspection.
A professional home inspector reviews the operating systems and structure of a home of any age- or even new homes- and leaves a written report for the client to keep as a reference guide. Typically, the home inspector will comment on the condition of the foundation, heating and cooling systems, electrical service, roof, plumbing, and other significant structural factors and will outline the repairs or replacements needed.
The Chambers Real Estate Team can advise you on how to incorporate a home inspection as a condition to buying a property. Your offer can be conditional upon a professional home inspection being conducted and a satisfactory report being received by you the home buyer. If the inspection report indicates some big expense, or problems you don't want to deal with, your offer can be terminated or possibly re-negotiated to help cover the cost of any major remedies. Gary Chambers and Kimberly Suntjens will advise you of any risks associated with renegotiating the deal and will protect your interests during the process.
Call The Chambers Real Estate Team at Century 21 Power Realty Drumheller and we'd be happy to help you work through the home buying process.