Yesterday the tenant was uncomfortable about us being in her home. I told her that if there was anything that she did not want me to take pictures of to please let me know. She was with me all the way except for the 100 year old basement.
I believe that no expectation of privacy can be claimed if the seller allows to buyer to conduct a home inspection. This is one of the fifty states’ definition:
“© “Home inspection” means the process by which a home inspector conducts a visual examination of the readily accessible components of a residential building for a client.”
The home is on the market. I don’t touch or look at personal pictures or possessions but if they are left out for public view - oh well if my pictures happen to include them.