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When purchasing a home, you should have it inspected by a qualified, professional home inspector. That way the home is evaluated for any major structural or mechanical issues before you make a purchase.
So, what does that inspection include?
The American Society of Home Inspectors lists 10 major areas that any good home inspection checklist should include:
Now that you know what a good home inspection list should entail, you'll need to find the right inspector for the job. When searching for an inspector, you should have a list of questions prepared to help judge his or her qualifications and expertise. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, these are the questions you should ask a home inspector before retaining his or her services:
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