It is not totally official, yet. It looks like my broker will be coming up with the policy asking us to stay away during the whole house inspection. The wording will be something along the lines of "Go to the home, make sure everyone is there, make any necessary introductions, leave.
This is one time that I am ahead of the game. I really do not think it is my place to attend home inspections.
Do you think otherwise? If you do let me turn it around.
Say you are at a listing appointment but the home inspector is there too.
You are going over your skillfully prepared CMA...halfway through the inspector yells out "hey I've found two breakers in the panel that are double tapped!
Two minutes later the inspector says " looks like the electric sub-panel is wired incorrectly"
As you go over the marketing plan with the seller the inspector butts in "hey, you want me to take some air samples? You may have a mold problem!!"
The client is paying the inspector, let the inspector do his/her job.
If your client really wants you there...go but keep your mouth shut.