A Home Inspection is an examination of a single family rental investment property or other type of property’s condition, typically performed in connection with the property’s sale. A home inspector can assess the condition of a property’s roof, plumbing, electrical work, foundation, heating and cooling systems, water and sewage, and some fire and safety issues. The home inspector will also look for evidence of insect, water or fire damage, or any other issue that may affect the condition of the property.
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