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The best kept secret in todays Real Estate industry is that of the "Deal Killer". The deal killer essentially refers to a home inspector who is widely known in his or her area as being extremely thorough and critical with their home inspections. The deal killers are the home inspectors that find ...
When it comes to the home inspection, you absolutely have the right to be nit picky! Believe it or not, there are some in the real estate industry who believe that home inspectors can be TOO nit-picky during a home inspection and will even go as far as to advise potential home buyers to overlook ...
By the time making an offer rolls around, you’ve likely already invested a hefty amount of time and energy into finding the perfect home for your family’s needs. With financing options in place and a great property in your sights, making an offer is the beginning of the backstretch, and, with a l...
It has been asked if we use Thermal Imaging – Infrared cameras during our home inspections? The answer is no, and here’s why. Home inspectors who use Thermal Imaging – Infrared Cameras are placing a huge amount of liability on themselves and run the risk of being wrong when describing their find...
The effort to limit greenhouse gas emissions starts at home. Carbon dioxide accounts for the majority of greenhouse gas emissions, and electricity makes up the largest portion of CO2 emissions. This means that in order to lower your carbon footprint, you must look to the electricity-hungry applia...
Here is how much you energy you can save in each room around your house with just one simple upgrade. When you save energy around the home, it saves money for the household, as well!
The electrical system is an essential part of your home, yet it's often taken for granted -- and that's a dangerous attitude to have when it comes to electricity.
If you just can’t seem to get warm in your home in the winter, it might be time to winterize. Learn tips and tricks for winterizing your home from this infographic, created by Living Direct.
During the winter season in areas that experience freezing temperatures, a ridge of ice may form on the edge of a roof. This is known as an ice dam and it can allow water to back up behind it and leak into a home or building resulting in property damage and potential mold growth.
Home automation provides the luxury of keeping tabs on your homes all the time. After this automation process you can remotely monitor your lights, security, garage, thermostat and locks any time anywhere with almost any device. Benefits of home automation include: you can save energy as you can ...