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Buying a home without an inspection is becoming more and more common in this hot seller's market. It's great if you are a seller, but it's a gamble if you are a buyer.

In this video, I explain the risks associated with buying a home without a home inspection. But, I also address some of the ways you can limit that risk.

And if you are willing to skip a home inspection, there are a few scenarios where it can work in your favor.

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If your offers are getting rejected in this market, you probably think everyone is paying with cash.

That's not the case.

In this market, the vast majority of buyers are using financing. But what type of financing should you be using to win? Conventional? FHA? VA?

In this video, I analyze recent home sales to find out what types of offers are winning.

You may be surprised at the stats.

And remember, the type of financing you are using is only one aspect of your offer. There are several ways to make your offer competitive. Talk to your buyer's agent and your loan officer about different ways you can compete in this market. 

 

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A home inspection's price varies depending on the inspector and the size of the house.

In this video, I'll discuss how much you can expect to pay for a home inspection in Omaha.

A whole-home inspection doesn't include radon, sewer line, etc. Those are separate.

I have a few inspectors that I suggest to my clients as a real estate agent, but you can use whoever you are most comfortable with.

My one piece of advice is to make sure that your home inspection is ASHI certified. Visit https://www.homeinspector.org/ for more information on ASHI.

 

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You must go through the closing process whether you are buying or selling a house.

There are numerous papers to sign, inspections to conduct, and approvals to obtain. How long does the closing process take? 

Check out our video to learn more about the closing process!

Everyone involved in the deal has a role to play during the closing process. If anyone drops the ball, the closing can be postponed. As a consequence, it's critical to understand your duties so there aren't any delays.

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