Home Inspection Process in Ocean County NJ

It is advisable when buying a piece of real estate, that you consult with an experienced attorney that can effectively represent your interests and walk with you in those important moments, every step of the way:

  • Attorney Review
  • Home Inspection
  • Mortgage Contingency
  • Transfer of Funds
  • Closing

For many, owning your own home is a dream come true. Without the proper guidance and protection under the law, that dream can quickly turn into a very stressful situation. At Bronzino Law Firm, our clients are treated like our family. We want to be your guide, we want to be your advocate,  and we want to make sure that this is a proud moment that you can reflect on with fond memories. All too often, people do not do their due diligence and/or they are not educated by someone who knows the industry, and those memories turn into something they would like to forget. As mentioned in the video above, Home Inspection is definitely one of, if not the, most important components of the residential real estate process.

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During a home inspection contingency, you are going to hire a home inspector at your cost who will go through your property with a fine-tooth comb and produce a report with all the defective items associated with the property. I strongly encourage you to actually attend the home inspection with the inspector to learn everything you can about your property. The home Inspector will explain what he is looking at as well as how the systems work in the house. You will see some things on an inspection report.  Don’t panic.  Even new homes will have some things, just like humans it probably won’t be perfect. Thereafter you let me know what items you want the seller to fix prior to closing. I would then negotiate with the seller’s attorney to find out what the seller will and not will do prior to closing. If the seller will not fix the defective items that you request you can cancel the contract and receive a refund of your deposit money.

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The home inspection can be used your best resource or turn out to be your biggest regret. This critical step should provide the buyer with the peace of mind necessary to move through the process to closing without any major concern. If they neglect to properly inspect, or they are not under the experienced guidance of Counsel, they could end up in a position where they are reconsidering their entire position because certain existing conditions were not properly specified by the seller or identified by the inspector. Don’t allow an eagerness to purchase the home to cloud your judgment and allow things to be overlooked; which will result in many future headaches and the wasting of your hard-earned dollars after you close.

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