When buying a home in MARYLAND, your written offer should be contingent on a satisfactory home inspection by a certified home inspector. This is a recommended part of the FHA loan process.

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FHA Inspectors in MARYLAND

Getting a Home Inspection

Maryland's Chesapeake Bay is a rich habitat for fish and wildlife. It produces more oysters, crabs (including Maryland's famous blue crab), clams, and fish than any comparable body of water. Annapolis is Maryland's capital and home to the U.S. Naval Academy. Johns Hopkins University and Hospital is located in Baltimore, the state's capital.

When purchasing a home in Maryland, protect yourself by getting a home inspection by a certified residential home inspector. The inspection should include a report detailing the inspector's findings and any concerns that need to be remedied. Be sure to research and choose an inspector who is certified and complies with all applicable requirements for the state of Maryland. Recommended as part of the FHA loan process, the home inspection involves a visual walk-through to identify problems that need to be addressed, such as obvious mold or structural issues.

The following list of FHA inspectors has been assembled from the HUD.gov database. Visit the HUD website for the most current list of FHA inspectors.

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