Mid Century

Mid Century
I am looking for an older, mid-century house, do I have to pay a contractor to inspect the house?

I'm starting to find a home in Eugene, Oregon. I am interested in a mid-century ranch has mature landscaping and a patio larger than what is offered to the new sections. Since I have not done this before, I pay for an inspection when you find a house I want, or trust the real estate agent?

You can find a home inspector local at this website: http://www.findaninspector.us/ Just type in the city and state or zip code, of the home you are considering buying, and he given a list of local inspectors. Your real estate agent may have some suggestions for local inspectors, but could be better if you interview some other just to be sure you are getting someone you trust. I have used this site a little when I recently worked for a subcontractor that inspection services for their domestic customers, and have always had good results. I would recommend that you select an inspector who has the NACHI or ASHI certification to ensure they have a good base / or training in the field. Good luck!

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