Should I get a home inspection on a brand new home?
I would. Pay a few hundred dollars now for a home inspection and resolve any issues with the builder prior to closing. It could be challenging to get the builder to address the problems after you have closed on the home. Your home could be built by a number of subcontractors and even the best builder could miss some items. Having a home inspection can give you a peace of mind. You might want to go as far as having an inspection done at each stage of the construction.
Be sure to pick a reputable home builder and read the home warranty prior to closing.
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