condition removal

Should I book my home inspection on the same day as my condition removal?

The answer to this question can depend on several factors such as how much time you have for condition removal, the condition of the home, the age of the home, etc.

The timeline will depend on how quickly you need to have your condition removed. Ask your realtor how much time you have to remove conditions after the proposed inspection date.

You may need extra time

When you book your home inspection keep in mind that you may need extra time after the inspection. If there are any issues with the home that need further evaluation or if you need more time to renegotiate.

The amount of time you need to allow for follow-up and renegotiation will vary depending on the size and condition of the property. The best way to ensure that your condition removal and home inspection are completed promptly is by planning time for potential issues with your real estate agent. By doing so, they can work with you to come up with an effective solution that meets all of your needs.

No home is perfect

Keep in mind there is no such thing as the perfect home. You may find issues during the inspection that require additional time and attention. It’s best to book your condition removal and the inspection with enough time in between to allow for any unforeseen circumstances.

It’s also important to keep in mind that the inspector can’t predict how long it will take to remove conditions. So booking your condition removal and home inspection on the same day may not be practical. You should consider scheduling them separately if there are any special requirements or time constraints involved. This will give you more flexibility and help ensure that everything goes smoothly when both processes are completed.

2-3 days before condition removal

In general, we recommend having your inspection at least 2-3 days prior to the condition removal and not the day of condition removal if possible. It will save you time, effort, and stress in the long run.

The sooner you get your home inspected, the more time you’ll have to address any concerns that come up. This way, you’ll be sure that all conditions are met and all potential issues can be addressed before closing.

Happy house hunting!

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