Big cities (aka concrete jungles) are full of high rises and condo living, while rural living is full of nature and wildlife. There are many things you may not be aware of that can take a toll on a house or cottage and what responsibilities you have as a homeowner for a rural property. A home inspection before you make this major investment is imperative so you can grasp the full concept of all the possible and potential problems that houses and cottages frequently endure in rural or lakefront areas. Life in the country is very different than the city.
What are the different items that will be evaluated during a home inspection for your rural property?
There are always standard items that will be done with every home inspection: structure, roof, plumbing, and electrical. The two major components you want to see on the inspection for your potential rural home are the following;