Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions most people will make in their lives. Home buyers need to go into the purchase knowing what they are getting into. Missing a major problem in a home can be financially devastating. Most home buyers do not know how to recognize these defects, and neither do REALTORS®. Home inspectors are responsible for making sure this doesn’t happen. Home inspectors are specially trained to recognize the symptoms of defects, and report them to the buyer prior to the closing so they can make an informed decision. They must be knowledgeable on all the systems and components with the same level of expertise. An inspector must not overstate a problem or understate a problem. This is a fine line a home inspector walks and they must be skilled in order to perform this work. Over 92% of real estate agents recommend a home inspection to their clients. What the real estate industry does not want are untrained and unprofessional home inspectors that cannot be relied upon. - Kaplan Real Estate Education, Kapre.com, January 30, 2014.
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