It's a New House, Do I Need a Home Inspection? New homes can have flaws too. Just because a home is new, it is still wise to have a licensed home inspector in Clarksville TN do a thorough inspection on your new Clarksville home. This inspection contingency is written into the offer to purchase.
Builders do follow codes and and have routine inspections done by the codes inspectors during the building process. Some things can be missed. I am sure it is not the intent to miss these things but the fact is when the house is finished, a full home inspection can reveal some oversights and repairs that need to be corrected.
A buyer of a new Clarksville home is wise to plan to have a home inspection done when buying their new home. I have never seen an inspection on a new home come back without at least one repair item. This does not mean that the construction is faulty, it just means an item needs attention or to be corrected.
Check my previous post that addresses whether the seller has to fix all home inspections repair items. In addition, home inspectors in the Clarksville TN area welcome buyers to review the inspection findings on-site with them. This is especially helpful for first time home buyers. The inspector can familiarize the Clarksville home buyer with routine maintenance items and acclimate them to be watchful for potential future repairs.
It's a New House, Do I Need a Home Inspection? Yes, please get one. I have never heard any buyer say they were sorry that they had taken this step and were oftentimes glad that they now had a better understanding of how systems worked and how to maintain their new home.
If you are in the market for a home in Clarksville TN and would like to start your home search in Clarksville contact, Clarksville Realtor, Debbie Reynolds at 931-320-6730.