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January 19, 2023
The final walkthrough before closing on a house is one of the final phases in the home-buying process. The final walkthrough is often conducted after the seller has moved out and allows the buyer to ensure that all agreed-upon repairs have been completed and that no new concerns have arisen. The final tour essentially allows property purchasers to perform one last check. This ensures that the property they're buying is in the same condition as when they agreed to buy it, plus any additional repairs mentioned in the purchase agreement. Nothing has been removed, such as light fixtures or faucets, shouldn't have been.
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