Is home inspection part of closing costs?
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Yes, home inspection is usually a part of closing costs. Homeowners typically pay an average of between $300 and $400 for a home inspection, which covers the cost of a licensed, professional inspector to come and thoroughly investigate all aspects of the property.
The inspection fee may be included as part of the closing costs in some cases, but it is important to check with your lender or real estate agent to confirm.