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What You'll Find in the Inspector's Report

The home inspector's report will vary from inspector to inspector, but it's generally divided into sections, such as structural, electrical and plumbing.

If the inspector turns up any issues, he may refer you to a specialist to investigate the issue more thoroughly. For instance, if it is an electrical issue, he may refer you to an electrician.

The problem may be big or small and you may choose to ignore it, but at this point you will need to make a decision how you want to handle a problem. You may want the issue resolved prior to closing, or you may wish to negotiate the price down and fix the problem yourself when you move in. If the offer was contingent on a trouble-free inspection, you may be able to pull out of the deal altogether if you feel so inclined.

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