Your offer on your dream home in Charlotte, NC was accepted and it’s time to schedule your home inspection. So, who is expected to actually attend the inspection besides the inspector? The buyer and the buyer’s agent should attend the home inspection. Rarely, a seller’s agent asks to attend the home inspection. That’s not always a bad idea.
For starters, if a major problem is found and the seller’s agent is there to get the inspector’s explanation, they have a clearer understanding of the repairs to be made. Alternately, if the inspector has a question, the seller’s agent may have the answers or easy answers to the question.
Keep in mind though, buyers pay for the inspection. Buyers aren’t obligated to share the report with the seller if they don’t want to. Also, the inspector should as for permission from the buyer before discussing the inspection findings in from of the seller’s agent. Naturally though, the home inspection can give weight to the importance of requested repairs that buyers request of sellers.
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