A significant part of the buying and selling process revolves around inspections. In 2006, Tennessee passed the Home Inspection Licensing Program law. With this law comes a standard of practice, education and exams for the inspectors, and a code of ethics. This was all put into place so buyers know that they’re educated on the full scope of the property.
Whether you’re buying, renting, or investing, it’s recommended to order a property inspection. Though not a requirement in Tennessee, you can learn a lot about a place through an inspection. This holds true for both commercial and residential real estate.
If you order a home inspection on a prospective property, here are a few things you can expect -
Arranging an inspection for a property purchase is essential! If you need some guidance on who can best conduct an inspection, Wright Realty is happy to point you in the right direction.