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Do Your Homework on Home Inspectors

Do your homework. Do your own research on home inspectors and make sure your real estate professional, from whom you are getting your vendor referrals, is both experienced and successful. Experienced to ensure that they understand the importance of only using reputable vendors of any kind. And successful to increase the likelihood that they are […]

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The Importance of the Final Walk-Through

One of the most important aspects of home buying is getting your new home inspected. A home inspector will look at the structure of the home, including the roof, the heating and cooling system, as well as plumbing and electrical systems, to determine if the home needs repairs or if there are any health or […]

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7 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Home Inspector

That “perfect” four-bedroom, two-bath house you stumbled upon in a beautiful suburban neighborhood could hide some serious problems. The best way for homebuyers to find out about potential issues is with a good home inspection. In fact, you’ll have to get a home inspection to meet mortgage lenders’ requirements before you buy. But not all licensed inspectors will thoroughly […]

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Know the Home Inspection Red Flags

If you have ever been involved in a real estate transaction, you have probably experienced the process of getting a home inspection. Home inspections are done primarily to protect both buyer and seller. When purchasing a home, buyers clearly want to be confident that they are making a wise investment and a thorough home inspection […]

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The Home Inspector: Your New Home’s Private Detective

What you don’t know could hurt you – at least in the case of a real estate transaction. That’s why every homebuyer should ensure a contract is contingent upon a satisfactory home inspection. Especially for older construction, building standards and construction materials have drastically changed. Plus, many properties on the market now have been vacant […]

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Home Inspection as a Participation Sport?

If you are planning on buying a house, any house, even a new house, I strongly recommend getting a home inspection. In my experience, it’s about the only way you can know (with some degree of certainty) what you are buying. But how can you know which inspector is the right one for you? Georgia […]

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What Should You Test in Your Home Before a Pre-Sale Inspection?

Congrats! You’ve received an offer on your home and agreed upon a sale price. The papers are signed, and the next step in the process is your home inspection. Chances are that a satisfactory report is the last major hurdle toward sale — so it’s important you put your best foot forward. (See also: 25 Cheap […]

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Identify Problems Early

Point of sale inspections, if required by your community, will often entail the interior of the property, as well as the exterior. This is the time when owners may have to bring some items up to current code. (Systematic inspections do not always require that older systems be updated, unless they pose a safety hazard.) Usually, […]

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Preparing Your Clients for a Home Inspection

To get the best from your home inspector, homeowners and realtors should know how to best prepare for a home inspection. Always recommend a pre-listing inspection to potential sellers in order to identify items that will come up and could complicate the deal. If the inspector identifies issues that can be easily fixed, you can […]

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Are You Ready for Your Home Appraisal?

Home appraisals are typically required by lenders. Banks do not want to issue a home mortgage that exceeds the value of a property; therefore they will insist that a qualified professional determine the value of the home before issuing final approval on the loan. Not just anybody can conduct a home appraisal. There are laws that […]

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