In most cases, you’ll be given the opportunity to inspect the home immediately prior to closing. At this time, it’s important to check on any work the seller agreed to have done in response to your initial inspection. You should also carefully check the condition of walls and ceilings from which window treatments, pictures, or any other attached furnishings have been removed. If you find any problems, don’t hesitate to bring them up at the closing. It’s the seller’s responsibility to correct them.