Myth: A home passes or fails the inspection.

Myth: A home passes or fails the inspection.

A home passes or fails inspection. That's today's myth.

Many times we hear if the property does not pass inspection, then the deal is dead. Is that true?

Welcome to this week's episode of Myth Vs The Truth. An inspection is not just for passing or failing the property or the transaction.

Even though most of the transactions actually are as-is. Because the seller is selling as is. They don't want to do any cosmetic repairs, and so. But it is advisable to do the inspection because that opens up some negotiation for the buyer and something else also.

We always recommend that you do a home inspection. There are items that are hidden that an Inspector can detect that visually with our own eyes, we're unable to really detect it. So we always recommend that a buyer does their home inspection.

So what's the bottom line? Regardless of the result of the inspection, it is a good report, or it is a bad report. What it's going to be is to give the buyer the opportunity to open negotiation and just play and work with the seller regarding those items that you don't feel so comfortable. At the end, this is going to be your home and you're going to put it as you like.

So the main thing and the main result of the inspection is for you to know what's going on and for you to have a little bit of room to negotiate with the seller. Hopefully, this information will help you in your next inspection and not scare you away from it. See you next week in another episode of Myth vs The truth.

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