Once, years ago, I did a home inspection in my own neighborhood and slightly knew the seller. He did not know I was going to be the one inspecting his home and was not there when I did. I moved his big garbage can outside which was next to the side exit garage door. When I did the interior of the garage that door was blocked by a lot of his personal stuff and equipment so I was NOT going to move all that for obvious reasons but it peaked my suspicions. The outside garbage can was up against the door on a concrete pad. When I moved the can I discovered the door frame and adjacent framing was badly rotted out. Did the usual, took pictures, noted the damages, then put the can back approximately in the same place. May have been off by a inch or two. I got word later from the agent that this guy came off the spool that “someone” had moved his garbage can. Everyone in the neighborhood thought this guy was a fruitcake, including his ex-wife, and was wound about as tight as a banjo string. Anyway, he found out it was I, who had done the inspection and he stopped his BS. He also found out the contractor who did the WDO / WDI inspection would and did find the same thing. He had done all kinds of weird kooky things to this house, eventually lost it in foreclosure because it would not sell, still sits empty to this day. One thing he did was put in a swimming pool thinking that would help sell it. Everyone tried to tell him that it would most likely have the opposite effect. In short, do what you have to so you cya but be careful, there a plenty of unhinged people out there.