The decision to buy a house is seldom easy - it's a major, complex, stressful, and very personal. Along with the consideration of price and the various appeals of neighborhood, style, size and floorplan, the fundamental question arises - is the house itself sound? What kinds of repairs may be in order, and what can reasonably be anticipated in the way of costs?
The decision to purchase, and in some cases the purchase price, may be affected by all these factors. A complete analysis by Mill Creek Home Inspection will provide you with the detailed information you need on the house before you buy, avoiding unpleasant and costly repairs after you move in. An inspection will provide you with a clear understanding about the property, giving you more confidence about the purchase of your new home. It will reveal major problems with the house, as well as point out the positive aspects of the home.
After making an offer to purchase the property or before closing is a good time to call in a certified real estate inspector. Have your lawyer or realtor include an "inspection clause" in the contract, making your purchase contingent upon the findings of a professional home inspection.
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