Your Home Inspection Report Does Not Come With a Lifetime Guarantee


A home inspection report is a snapshot of what condition the property is in on that particular day. Unfortunately, I have had calls from clients who were upset that things broke down soon after closing or systems that could not be tested due to temperature were not working optimally or a basement that was disclosed as dry was now flooded. They wanted to know if they could get compensation from the home inspector, the seller or the seller’s real estate agent. But, the expectations of my buyer clients seem to be higher than they should be in terms of what the home inspection report is designed to do.

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