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What is a Walk-Through?

A real estate walk-through, also called a final walk-through, is a crucial step for buyers in the home buying process. 

Here's a breakdown of what a real estate walk-through is and why it's important:

  • Verification: The main purpose is to verify that the property is in the same condition (or better) as when you made the offer. This includes checking for any new damage and ensuring all agreed-upon repairs from the home inspection have been completed.

  • Inventory Check:  You want to make sure everything that's supposed to be included in the sale, like appliances or light fixtures, is still there.

  • Peace of Mind:  It's your last chance to identify any problems before you finalize the purchase.

The walk-through should be scheduled immediately prior to closing.

Would you like to learn more about Real Estate? Have you ever wanted to become a New Jersey Real Estate Salesperson License holder? Want to know more about being a New Jersey Licensed Real Estate Agent? Click on the link for the schedule of our upcoming classes for Real Estate:

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