How does inspection work? Especially regarding small details

This sub may be making me anxious!

My house was built 27 years ago. As far as I know, there’s nothing wrong with the foundation or the hvac or roof (2017), etc

But… There are little things here and there thst are not perfect, even after fresh painting.

For example, small chip in corner of granite countertop, small chip in cook top (doesn’t effect function), spots where the hardwood floor has some damage, slightly imperfect patching before painting, etc.

I figure people come to look at a house for like 30 minutes and then perhaps they make an offer. 🀞🀞🀞 and πŸ‘Šon wood, but I think mine will get multiple offers first weekend.

So, does the price I accept INCLUDE the kinds of cosmetic imperfections I mentioned? Or do they get to come back with an inspector and spend time noticing every little detail that “could be” fixed, in addition to anything an inspector finds that is actually a problem and is actually not visible during a showing?

Thanks!

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This sub may be making me anxious! My house was built 27 years ago. As far as I know, there’s nothing wrong with the foundation or the hvac or roof (2017), etc But… There are little things here and there thst are not perfect, even after fresh painting. For example, small chip in corner of granite countertop, small chip in cook top (doesn’t effect function), spots where the hardwood floor has some damage, slightly imperfect patching before painting, etc. I figure people come to look at a house for like 30 minutes and then perhaps they make an offer. 🀞🀞🀞 and πŸ‘Šon wood, but I think mine will get multiple offers first weekend. So, does the price I accept INCLUDE the kinds of cosmetic imperfections I mentioned? Or do they get to come back with an inspector and spend time noticing every little detail that “could be” fixed, in addition to anything an inspector finds that is actually a problem and is actually not visible during a showing? Thanks! submitted by /u/Starbuck522 [link] [comments]

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