This is where you do your "due diligence" about you finances, your future neighborhood, your future house, etc. This list consists of items you may overlook in your desire to own a house.
Hiring a qualified professional house inspector is similar to hiring a qualified contractor. It is important that you spend some time checking the credentials of the inspector you will hire.
While a great deal of time is spent on inspections, appraisals, taking pictures, landscaping, etc., a great deal of due diligence should be spent by homeowners on screening their future neighborhood.
Buying a house takes a great deal of dedication and endurance to plot a course of action through the time consuming and intricate process of becoming a homeowner.