Did you know that even brand new homes can have issues?
It might seem like you can skip the whole inspection process when you’re buying a new build. But, sadly, that’s not the best idea.
New construction can still need some fixes before it’s move-in ready.
Because there are so many contractors working on the same property, it’s easy for things to get missed and for miscommunications to happen. An inspection will catch any problems and then you’ll be able to negotiate fixes with your builder.
It’s way easier to take care of those fixes before you close on the home rather than finding them months down the road and having to deal with a builder’s warranty process.
Your home is likely your biggest investment, so it’s worth the extra time and money to make sure that everything is pristine before you move in.
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