With the new year just around the corner, perhaps you’re making some big plans. Is moving to a new house part of those plans? If it is, then you will already know how stressful just thinking about it can be. So, what if you find a property that is perfect for you and your household, but it is a home in high demand and there are multiple offers on it. This would indeed be very stressful, and you might even resort to skipping important parts of the home buying process just to have a better chance of acquiring the property. Maybe you feel like you could skip the home inspection, but is that a good idea? Is a home inspection optional?
To help answer these questions, please enjoy the following video. It will give you a better idea of why skipping the home buyer’s inspection should not be optional. Even with a property that’s in high demand its good to think about your long-term needs, after all, this is still a huge investment.
George Adair, Certified Professional Home Inspector
I provide a wide range of home inspection and home inspection related services in the following areas of southern Manitoba: Winnipeg, Selkirk , Lockport,Steinbach,
Stony Mountain, Elie, Rosser, Lorette Sanford, East St. Paul, West St. Paul, Oak Bank,
Oak Bluff, Landmark,
St. Anne, Saint Andrews,
La Salle, Richer, Niverville and Warren.
Our extended area also includes: Lac Du Bonnet, Beausejour, Libeau, Gimli, Pinawa, Falcon Beach, Winnipeg Beach, Grand Marais, Saint Laurent, and Pine Falls