When you're in the process selling your home the most important thing you'd like to avoid is for someone to discover that something is seriously wrong with it. A home inspection report outlines the main systems of the house, which includes the heating and central air conditioning systems. It will also describe the electrical and plumbing systems. It will also outline any visible insulation, walls, and ceilings as well as the foundation and other structural components of the house.
Depending on the inspector's findings, they may be able to spot smaller issues you may not be aware of. Minor issues may not be resolved in a hurry, but more serious issues could be the reason for a sale. Before you make an offer, a home inspector will help you spot any issues. If a problem is so critical that you are unable to wait for the seller to fix it, consider hiring a professional home inspector or real estate agent to help you make the right choice.
There's no rule that you must attend the inspection it is recommended to be present with the inspector while the process is underway. If you're present, you can ask questions regarding the condition of various areas of the home and the system that's being examined. You will be able to know what the inspector is looking for and why it's important. After the inspection, you'll be better in understanding the written report. It's a good idea for an inspector to have a good reputation, high levels of training, and extensive experience.