Do I need an Inspection for a Condo?

Some people choose to purchase condominiums without having the actual unit inspected, believing that any issues that might be identified would be covered by their condo fees, as many of the issues that might arise would be covered by the corporation anyway. What’s within the unit, however, is the owner’s responsibility. Things like appliances, switches, outlets, water heaters, heat pumps, air exchangers, and plumbing fixtures will be examined by the inspector to ensure all is in working order. The inspector can also use moisture meters and infrared cameras to detect dampness or leaking, telltale signs that there might be an issue with the building itself.

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