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  1. Arti says:

    Typically, the buyer pays for their own inspection, and can use a licensed home inspector of their choosing. However, sellers who may be concerned about what might be found in an inspection a fewtimes opt to pay for their own pre-inspection. Do note that any problems revealed in your pre-inspection have to be disclosed to your buyer. Based on the results, you can price your home accordingly, and you won’t be surprised by the results of your buyer’s inspection. In a buyers market, buyers a fewtimes have more time, but in a sellers market, they usually have to act quickly. The timeline depends on the market and the contract, but within 5-10 business days of both parties accepting the deal is standard. Again, it depends on the market and your specific contract. Usually, the 5-10 business days allowed in the contract includes both conducting the inspection and requesting any repairs in writing.

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