In plain English – you're allowed to hire as many inspectors as you'd like, talk to anyone you'd like (neighbors, community leaders, law makers and law enforcement, school faculty, etc.), and get a better feel for the house and the neighborhood.
Check out the neighborhood during rush hour, or on a Saturday night – does it look & sound like a place you'd like to live?
Check out the community park – is this where you want your kids to play?
This part of the contract is considered "use it or lose it." I highly recommend doing ALL your due diligence during this inspection period; you'll either find out it's not the right house for you (while it's still easy to cancel the contract), or you'll confirm your initial feelings about the home – the home you loved so much you wanted to buy it!
- Chris Butterworth
[tags] inspection period, home inspection, Fletcher Heights [/tags]