Updated: Mar 4
Regardless if you are a buyer or a seller performing a pre-inspection, if at all possible, come to your inspection. This will give you an opportunity to learn about your specific home or repairs that you should do before listing. It will be time well spent as your inspector can point out and explain any areas of concern as well as give you an opportunity to ask questions.
Inspection reports can feel a bit overwhelming and by being there during your inspection, it will also help you better understand your report.