This morning around 9AM the people that are buying our house will be having it inspected. It’s a pretty new house (just under four years), and we’ve kept it in great shape, so hopefully all will go well. Once we’ve made it past the inspection we can breathe a sigh of relief, as the only remaining contingency will be final loan approval for the buyers, and their finances are solid — they’re putting down 20%, they’re pre-approved, and they’ve already locked in a pretty good rate. While the deal could still fall through for some bizarre reason, the inspection is really the last major unknown on the way to the closing table.
Update: Our home inspection is complete, and the news is good.
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