A professional home inspection may also keep you from post-sale issues like a lawsuit over misrepresentation and contract breaches created by buyers. On the flip side, for a customer, a correctly done house review can disclose the precise situation he or she's getting into.
Bear in mind, typically for new structures, many sellers and buyers shine over the prerequisites of having a professionally completed home review, to save a couple of hundred dollars and instead rely upon the evaluation report of the creditor or lender.
If you're thinking of selling your home, consider having a house inspection done by a professionally certified home Inspector, so that you can take care of minor problems before they become headaches after the sale.
Also, you can avoid embarrassing situations, or losing potential buyers, who may or may not point out problems to you. Usually, when they do point out problems, those minor problems can end up as bargaining chips during negotiations.
A professional inspection report provides a buyer with clear disclosure of the conditions of the house, and an analysis of things that would need repair or replacement, things that are in good working order, and things that would need attention to keep them running. It is very helpful in choosing a house of your choice.