If you’re serious about buying a property for investment, pay to have it formally inspected.
You may even want to make your purchase contingent on it meeting certain requirements. After all, your investment property is supposed to help you make money, not drain your pocket book. You’ll want to uncover any potential problems before signing on the dotted line, while you are still in a position to negotiate. [...]
Here are five reasons to have your investment property inspected before buying it.
- The Roof
- The Heating and A/C
- The Foundation
- The Electrical Wiring
- The Pipes