Once you’ve had your offer accepted, the home inspection is one of the final steps to navigate before you can close and move into your new home. It also represents an opportunity to confirm you’re buying the quality of house you expected, and negotiate to make sure you’re still getting the best deal. And good on you for including an inspection contingency in your offer. Despite popular belief, data shows that waiving a home inspection doesn’t significantly improve the odds that your offer will be accepted. So what’s next? Reviewing the inspection report and negotiating with the seller, and here are 8 tips to help you get the best deal.
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