You don't want anyone finding out something is seriously wrong when you're selling your home. A home inspection report will provide details on the major systems within the house, including heating and central air conditioning. It will also detail the plumbing and electrical systems. It will also include details on the interior plumbing and electrical systems.
Based on the findings of the inspector the inspector's findings could make you aware of small issues. While minor issues are easily fixed but more serious issues could turn out to be a major factor. Before you offer, a home inspector can help you determine any problems. It is recommended to hire an expert home inspector to assist you make a decision if the problem is too significant to let repairs be completed by the seller.
Although you don't have to be present for the inspection, it is a good idea. By being present, you can ask questions about the state of different parts of the home and the system that's being examined. You'll also be able to understand what the inspector is seeing and the reason why it's important. You'll be able to better understand the written report after the inspection. It's best to select an inspector who has a strong reputation and a high level of education and experience.