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Monday, June 21, 2021

When you make an investment, you want to make sure that that investment will give you payoffs for years to come, whether it is stocks, a new car, or buying a house. Buying a house is often the biggest purchase a person will make, and the buyer wants to make sure that such a large investment in their future will pay off in the form of sturdy, consistent shelter. To learn about the state of the house, buyers will usually get a home inspection.

Posted by AndrewS at 6/22/2021 12:54:00 AM
Friday, February 5, 2021

A home inspection is a vital part of the real estate process. It provides you with necessary information about the current state of the house, as well as any recommended actions to take in order to fix or improve the house. Buyers use them to help learn as much as they can about the property when they aim to purchase it. It is also common for sellers to use inspections to learn what needs to be fixed before they put it on the market.

Posted by AndrewS at 2/6/2021 12:44:00 AM
Thursday, October 8, 2020

When you decide to sell your home, you want to get the most money possible out of the sale. To increase your home’s value, it usually involves thousands of dollars and you won’t get a full return on your investment. However, there are cheap methods you can use to make your house look better, raising its intrinsic value to buyers.

Posted by AndrewS at 10/9/2020 3:24:00 AM
Monday, December 2, 2019

Buying or selling a home is very stressful and home inspections can create a lot of anxiety in the process. Once an offer is accepted, the next step is for the home to be inspected. This is not mandatory but highly recommended for buyers. Buyers are looking to purchase the home they are expecting and the inspection will verify that or notify you of items so you are not surprised upon moving in.

For sellers- it’s a great idea to have an inspection prior to the home going on the market. This will let you know about any issues upfront which will give you peace of mind knowing that any unknown issues could come up makes for a smooth transaction.  You may have items that should be repaired prior to listing your home or your agent may have some suggestions on how to handle them. Also, some repairs may need to be made by the lender if the buyer is getting financing. Being proactive and having a professional inspector come out beforehand spares the seller of  unknown surprises and can mak

Posted by tlangford at 12/3/2019 5:31:00 AM
Monday, December 10, 2018

Mold can grow just about anywhere with moisture. Sides of houses, brick, concrete, and it thrives in the soil of your yard and garden. Indoors, mold lives in shower and sink drains, grout, potting soil and the kitchen sponge. Are you hyperventilating yet?

A little bit of mold is nothing to worry about, as long as you can identify the cause and promptly clean it up with a solution of bleach and water.

Posted by tlangford at 12/10/2018 6:40:00 AM
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