buying property: Final steps in the buying process - 08/06/08 08:57 AM
And now the moment you've all been waiting for.........
The end of the list........
7. Perform Home Inspections and Settle any Ensuing IssuesWith very rare exceptions, I will strongly recommend that you include home inspections as a contingency in the Purchase & Sales Agreement. While the inspections cannot completely eliminate risk, they will substantially reduce the likelihood of encountering unexpected and costly problems after closing. Inspections are generally performed at the expense of the buyer and typically will cost $300-$600 for a residential property, depending on the nature of the property and the specific inspections conducted.
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