When buying a home in NORTH CAROLINA, 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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Getting a Home Inspection

North Carolina's stunning landscape of rolling hills, mountains, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls make it appealing for residents and tourists alike. The tourism industry centers on golf, skiing, fishing, hunting, and visits to the many points of interest including the Great Smoky Mountains. North Carolina is the country's largest producer of furniture, tobacco, textiles, and brick, as well as sweet potatoes.

If you are considering making North Carolina your home, protect yourself with a home inspection by a certified home inspector before finalizing your FHA loan. The home inspector provides a detailed assessment of the physical condition of the property to help you avoid buying a property that requires major repairs. When selecting a home inspector, be sure to choose one who specializes in residential homes, check their certifications, and ask for a sample of their written report. The inspector's report should comply with all applicable requirements for the state of North Carolina home inspectors.

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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