You’ve spent months researching, negotiating, and inspecting a particular home; however, there is a chance that you missed some important details along the way. Purchasing a new home requires you to create a final walk-through checklist. This checklist is the last one you'll make to ensure everything is in order and no major modifications need to be made.
A final walk through checklist is so important because it verifies the information at hand prior to mortgage payments being set.
Step 1: Have a Reference to Guide Your Checklist
Before starting your final walk-through, make sure you have about 60 minutes to be thorough. You can use the following to conduct your real estate inspection:
- Contract of sale to use as a reference.