Newly constructed homes are never without some flaws. Focus on 4 key areas in a newly built home. First, look for incomplete work. It might be as simple as a missing coat of paint on a wall or as serious as a room without air ducting. Mistakes like these can easily go undetected until the home buyer moves in. Damage can occur to your new home in the construction process.
Rain, snow, stacking and storing of materials as well as well as damage from impact can all lead to flaws. In addition to damage sometimes parts are simply missing. Oversights caused by human error in the construction process are more common than many Realtors and home buyers believe. Sloppy workmanship is another concern. Any number of causes, from rain affecting the work to tradesman having to finish the job quickly. Having a home inspection professional find these and other problem areas early on can save the hoome buyer thousands of dollars in future repairs.
Published by Mike Woods. Mike Woods is the broker/owner of msWoods real estate, LLC. Staffed with over 40 agents, msWoods assists buyers in search of Indianapolis real estate. msWoods also helps buyers throughout Central Indiana, including those in search of Fishers homes for sale. In his spare time, Mike Woods blogs on various topics related to the city of Indianapolis Indiana.