It is not required for the Seller or the Buyer to be present for the inspection but either the Seller or their agent should be at the house to let the inspector in. While not required, we think it is in your best interest as a Buyer to be present at the inspection. That way the inspector can point out any issues and explain the proper operation of the home’s mechanical equipment if needed.
All utilities should be on and access to the electrical panels, plumbing and mechanical equipment and attic entrances should be clear of furniture and other belongings.
Be sure to let the inspector know of any particular items you are concerned about such as major repairs or renovations. Please bring a copy of the Seller’s disclosure statement if you have one.
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