Even if your inspector finds a significant issue with the house, keep in mind that anything can be fixed. It’s just a matter of how
much it will cost to repair, and the seller’s willingness to negotiate a concession on the price of the house so you aren’t stuck with the bill. The inspection report is designed to make you aware of issues (or potential issues), so you aren’t blindsided by expensive repairs after you move in. If your inspector does find areas of concern with the house, that does not mean that you are making a mistake if you decide to buy it anyway. Your inspection report gives you the leverage you need to protect yourself financially, and make a well-informed home buying decision.