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What to do If Your Roof Fails the Home Inspection

  1. Mindy Jollie says:

    That’s a good idea to offer the buyer a credit for repairs if a secondary inspection yields the same results as the buyer’s. My friends recently just bought an older home and the roof is definitely aging, although not replaceable yet. They should find roofers that will do some repairs from them since they did get a little extra from the seller for that reason.

  2. Callum Palmer says:

    If I was to sell my home and my roof failed inspection, I would want to first have a professional roofer come and give me a second opinion. That way, I can see for sure what exactly needs to be done and to see if it is something severe or not. Regardless of the issue, I would get it fixed right away by a professional.

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  4. Ron Booker says:

    I like that you said that home inspectors are not professional roofers and that you will need to hire a professional roofer if you want to have an exact roof evaluation. One of my friends told me that he was going to buy a new home and he saw that the roof might be damaged. I’m going to advise him about hiring a professional to help him out.

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