Inspecting your Roanoke TX real estate, by Kirby Smith of Kirby Smith Realty
As you're searching for Roanoke TX real estate, you'll ultimately find your dream home. A Roanoke TX home that you can build your life in. A place that you can truly call home.
Once you find that perfect Roanoke TX home for sale, that you want to make your permanent residence, you'll want to make sure to get the home inspected. If you are a first time Roanoke homebuyer, you may very well be asking yourself, what's an inspection, "why do I need one, when do I get one and how much do they cost?" All Good questions.
You'll need to inspect your new Roanoke TX home during the option period of the contract. The option period is the first few days of the contract once it's been executed. This is the time that the Roanoke TX home seller gives the buyer to have the home inspected for any defects. A good inspector will spend at least 3 hours at the house inspecting every possible component of the home, including the roof, foundation, A/C system, water heater, plumbing and much more. The inspector's job is to make sure you're aware of all the deficiences in the house. It's very important to know what you're getting yourself into when investing in a Roanoke TX home. Sometimes the repairs can be extensive and quite expensive.