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A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, from the roof to the foundation. After the inspection process, the inspector will send the client an inspection report (often within 24-48 hours) that covers their findings, complete with pictures, analysis and recommendations.

Long story short, no. But it is a significant risk to you and could cost you a lot of money down the line. “The key difference between a pre-listing inspection and a typical home inspection is who’s paying for it. If you’re selling your home and you’d like to do a pre-listing inspection, you’ll be footing the bill for it. For a home inspection, it’s generally the opposite.” (source: www.bankrate.com)  Learn more about our Pre-Listing Inspections here.

Mold can sometimes be hard to spot, that’s why it’s good to know the warning signs. Odors, physical reactions (coughing, congestion, sneezing, etc.), visible spores, moisture, and living in a region predisposed to mold growth are indicators that your home may be at risk. Learn more about mold on epa.gov.

Waiving a pre-purchase home inspection is risky. You should discuss the pros/cons with your realtor to decide if you can afford any of the potential risks involved with waiving an inspection. You can read more about the risks involved here. 

Waiving a pre-purchase home inspection is risky. You should discuss the pros/cons with your realtor to decide if you can afford any of the potential risks involved with waiving an inspection. You can read more about the risks involved here. 

A home inspection is an evaluation of a home’s condition. It is a thorough examination of the home’s structure and systems to identify any problems that may need to be addressed. A home inspection is not a pass/fail test, but it can identify potential problems that may need to be addressed.