The inspectors I recommend to my clients provide the written report immediately following the inspection and usually go over it while we are still at the property.
The buyerâ€™s agent should be present for the inspection. He/she can give the buyer feedback immediately if the inspector does not. Additionally, no inspector is perfect. They sometimes overlook things. A second set of eyes canâ€™t hurt.
The Sellerâ€™s agent should be onsite during the home inspection as well. He/she can provide the Seller with the Buyerâ€™s reaction to any issues that may arise during the inspection.
Tips to the Seller â€“ if possible, have an inspection done before the Buyer performs theirs and address what you can. This may save you a great deal of money later.
Hope this helps!
Shoreline Property Specialist
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Melissa Mancini, Realtor, CBR, GRI