Home Inspections Mean Peace Of Mind When Buying And Selling On LBI

Dated: 02/28/2017

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When buying a home on Long Beach Island, buyers typically pay for the home inspection on the property they are hoping to purchase.  But this home inspection is just as important to the seller and his peace of mind as well.  As a buyer, you want to know that you won't have any unexpected issues with your new property after the sale.  Inspector's on the island are very thorough, often educating the buyer throughout the inspection.  The inspector will look closely at both the interior and exterior of the structure, examining roofing, plumbing, windows, electrical, heating, air conditioning, fireplaces, and more.  You may request an inspection that includes wood boring insects, radon testing, well water testing, etc.  As a seller you may be just as motivated to have an inspection of your home so that you can correct any issues that may drive your selling price down.  In either case, the inspector will provide a detailed report including photos and opinion on severity of issues and how and when they should be corrected.  So if buying or selling on Long Beach Island, take advantage of an inexpensive inspection, as it may save you thousands!

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