The 4-point inspection is a Florida-specific requirement and is an inspection report that looks only at the roof, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems of a property. Most insurance carriers require a "clean" 4-point inspection in order to bind insurance coverage for closing.
But what can a buyer do if there are 4-point inspection issues and the seller won't make the needed repairs?
In this week's Quick Tip, Jeff and Florida insurance guru Mike Tonsetic discuss how an investor can get to the closing table even if a property has a deficiency on the 4-point inspection (and there's almost always a way!).
Mike Tonsetic is the owner of Blanchard Insurance.