First, a seller has every legal right to be present during a home buyer's inspection and in certain situations it might be necessitated by highly unusual factors. However, I'm discussing that in most cases it is not necessary and in my experience does more harm than good. This post is based on the assumption that both buyer and seller are represented by state licensed real estate agents and the buyer is using a state licensed home inspector.
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