Five things you might forget at open inspections

By Tim Marsh

Buying homes for sale is a big milestone in life. But it’s also one of the most thrilling things we’ll experience, too. As such, when you’re looking at houses for sale on the market, it can be easy to breeze through the open inspections process without too much thought.

However, inspecting a home is just as crucial as securing home loans – you have to do your homework to ensure you’re getting a good deal.

Here are five things that are easily forgotten at home inspections

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