Tuesday, November 10, 2015

How to Look for a Good Home Inspector (part 2 of 2)

After the examination process, the home owner receives a detailed report of the condition of the house the owner can then plan for needed repairs and upgrades.

Oftentimes, home inspectors are often confused with a real estate appraiser, but the difference is mainly that a home inspector determines or assesses the condition of a structure, while a real estate appraiser determines the value of a property so that a homeowner can have a general idea of the market value of the property.

During a home inspection examination process, there is no pass or fail rating, rather it is a  home inspection process that determines the current condition of a house, thus not an appraisal.

It is also not a municipal or regulatory home inspection, which aims to verify a local building code compliance and the home inspector does not indicate whether to give a passing grade or fail a house, but describe its current physical condition and indicate what components and home interior or exterior systems that may need a major or minor repair or replacement.

In Canada and the United States, a similar home inspection process applies and is usually included in a contract to purchase a house for which a home inspection by an authorized or licensed home inspector is an important prerequisite before the contract can become valid or executable.

Many states and provinces, have regulating bodies that provides licenses to trained home inspectors, while there are also some states that do not regulate the practice.

There are several common tips to look for good home inspectors if the need should arise, you could simply check local phone listings, the internet or ask around so that you may have your choice of a good home inspector to check your home.

It’s not really difficult and there are dozens of ways to know how to look for a good home inspector.

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