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Aqua Gemini…, Both Buyer and Seller in Kokomo, IN

We have an offer on our home and the inspection is taking place soon, how long before we know if it has passed inspection?

Asked by Aqua Gemini Ii, Kokomo, IN Tue Apr 13, 2010

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Your buyers agent should be person address your issues. With any inspection they publish approx. 30 - 50 page report make a new home look horrible. These reports are usually provided to buyer within 24 hours after completion of inspection.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 14, 2010
you should know the day of the inspection what is wrong with property, if you had a spetic inspection it will take a couple of days to complete and Well tests could take up to a week.to get the final report on your water. most inspector will walk you through the property showing you the buyer everything about the property whether it is good or bad and you should receive a hard copy of the report at the very latest the next day. if you have any more questions please fill free to call my office anytime at 765-854-1234
Gary Rhinebarger
Wyman Group
1533 w lincoln Rd.
Kokomo In. 46902
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 14, 2010
Right after the inspection you will know the results. It is beneficial to be present so that you have all pertinent information on hand. Even if the home inspection comes back with defects, the buyer may or may not ask you to fix the defect.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 14, 2010
I am presuming that the offer is on your own home and not the one you are buying, if so, then you could always ask your agent to ask if you can be present at the inspection, then you would know there and then waht needs to be done. Some buyers do not want the seller present, however, it does not hurt to ask...
Good luck with your sale!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 14, 2010
You really should go with the inspector when it is being looked at. That way you would know immediately if it passed or not. More importantly. You could ask questions and get a real view of what is right and wrong not just a paper printout that you may not really understand so well.
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