Who Pays for an Inspection When Buying a Home?
In a vast majority of cases, the home-buyer or home-seller is the person that is paying for the home inspection. One reason is simple: a home inspection is a consultation service looking to represent the purchasing or selling individuals.
Another not-so-obvious reason that the home-buyer is the person who usually pays for the inspection is because when you’re making a purchase on a property worth $100,000s or more, you really wan to make sure that the home inspector is working for you and absolutely no other party. For this reason, we always suggest that home-buyers find their own home inspector for their home inspection, to prevent any collusion or conflicts of interest between the real estate agents and the home inspectors.
By getting your own inspector, you know that the professional you hire is loyal to you and your interests.
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3402 Cedar Grove St, San Antonio, Texas, 78247
Home Inspector Kyle D. Scott
TREC # 23813 - TDA # 0819063
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