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Wouldn't it be nice to find out the property's real story before buying it?

Purchasing any property is a major investment and most likely one of the biggest investments you will make in your life time. To protect your investment and you, a real estate agent such as myself would always suggest to have a property inspection done during your condition period of an offer. With a property inspection, you'll allow a property inspector to go through the property with you, learning what is in acceptable condition and if there are any major or minor defects that they can see. Whether you are purchasing a single-family home, condominium, duplex, apartment, complex, or office space, the inspector will evaluate and document the condition of the property. Allowing you the piece of mind, knowing what condition the property is in and also giving you the opportunity to either; walkaway, renegotiate, or accept the already existing Offer to Purchase on the property of interest.

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