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Is a Home Inspection Really Important?

When you sign a contract to buy a home, whether it is a newly constructed home or a pre-existing home, the contract should contain a “satisfactory home inspection” contingency. A contingency gives the buyer the right to cancel the contract without penalty (i.e. get your deposit money back in full) if a particular condition of the contract is not met to your satisfaction.

There are generally two types of outcomes that can arise from a home inspection contingency: Read More

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