When it comes to NJ home inspections, foreclosure properties hold a different set of criteria. While foreclosures are become fewer than in recent years they are still out there, holding a certain allure for investors. A home inspection will typically not yield repairs or money at closing for buyers but is still important nonetheless. Hiring a New Jersey home inspector to examine a foreclosure property is important.
An inspection of a foreclosure property will reveal whether a buyer is truly getting as good a deal as he thinks he is. Typically a foreclosure property is an investment for a home buyer that is a better deal than a non-foreclosure property and as a result stands to be a great investment or a really bad one. Make sure that every square inch of the foreclosure property is examined, irregardless of whether or not there is a foreclosure contingency in your contract to purchase.
Contact the team at Sherlock Home Inspectors today to learn more about the inspection process. We welcome the opportunity to share our process and our checklist. Let our knowledge and experience serve all of your New Jersey home inspection needs.
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