We are moving into a never occupied new condo. Our closing date is in the beginning of May. We have our mortgage commitment, we're already ready to close, etc., so we're just playing the waiting game at this point. We're not moving up our closing because we'd like to avoid paying a rent and mortgage as long as possible.
The sales office at our condo said they'd be calling us to schedule a final walk through. I think that typically people do their walk throughs right before they close. Given that there is no one in our place, is there any reason we couldn't or shouldn't do it sooner? I should mention that our inspection report came back almost flawless, so we're not waiting on or "inspecting" and major repairs. It was stuff like the refrigerator drawer does not close smoothly or adding a door stop.