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What is a Buyer's Home Inspection?

A buyer’s home inspection is an examination of the property and its systems by a licensed home inspector. The goal of a home inspection is to identify problems with the property that may affect a buyer’s decision to purchase it. Home inspectors are not expected to find every problem, but they will identify major issues that need to be addressed. It is important to remember that a home inspection is not a pass/fail test. The goal is simply to provide buyers with information about the condition of the property so that they can make an informed decision about whether or not to purchase it.

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Home inspection services Edmonton

Property is one of the most significant investments you’ll make in your life, so why get a building inspection from someone without experience? At Reliable Home Inspections, we’ve performed thorough inspections of hundreds of homes, condominiums, commercial buildings and rural properties over the years, and we’re ready to provide you with the most accurate information so you can make informed decisions as a buyer or seller.