One of the steps in the process of buying a home is the building inspection. You made it one of the conditions in your contract of purchase and sale. It generally costs between $375 to $425, but it’s money well spent to have trained eyes help investigate the condition of the home you’re about to buy.
Try to conduct the inspection a few days before the condition removal deadline date in case you need to re-negotiate on a deficient item.
Inspections of single-family homes, with one kitchen, take about four hours and condominium property takes about two and a half hours.
The difference between inspectors is membership and accreditation from the Association governing their licensing and education. Choosing an accredited inspector is…