Inspections are an important part of buying Highlands real estate. Knowing exactly what you are getting into with any given home is much better than being blindsided after moving in. Finding issues with a Highlands property does not have to mean the termination of a contract but it can add to the negotiating process.
Buying Highlands real estate is a major investment and when you choose the home that suits your needs an inspection contingency should be a part of your contract. When you, as the buyer, sees the inspection report and there are problems you have a few choices. You can terminate the contract, request for repairs to be made, request money at closing for the repairs, or accept the home as-is, faults and all. There are some issues that might be deal breakers, others that might not.
Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today for more information on buying Highlands homes. I can get you started on your home search and help you every step of the way. It is a great time to be a buyer and there are some fantastic homes in the Highlands area currently listed for sale.
Click here to read “Real Estate Outlook: Home Inspections” from Realty Times.