inspection: Should You Accept the Previous Buyer’s Inspection Report? - 11/23/20 09:19 AM

Sometimes a home falls out of contract. Most buyers assume that it is related to a bad home inspection, but there are many reasons for a home to come back on the market that are unrelated to the condition of the home. During the contingency period, most buyers can cancel for almost any reason – or even no reason.
Of course, the listing agent and seller are motivated to get the home back under contract as quickly as possible and may offer the previous buyer’s home inspection report to the new buyer. Some may even ask that the new buyer remove their … (2 comments)

inspection: 2 Things to Know about Home Inspections - 09/29/20 10:16 AM

While a home inspection report is vital before purchasing an older home, experts agree that even newer homes should be checked.Not only will the report help you learn about repairs that should be made immediately, it’s a handy reference guide to keep on-hand throughout the time you live in the home.
Because there are so many aspects to a professional home inspection, many first-time homebuyers know little about the process. We’ve chosen two aspects that we find most of our buyers don’t know a thing about.
1. Report Format
Professional home inspectors use different formats when detailing information about the house. All reports, however, … (0 comments)

inspection: REAL ESTATE VOCABULARY- INSPECTION - 07/10/20 10:47 AM

Checking all of the bases when it comes to selling your home! Inspection is a critical first step in putting your home on the market. Do you have any questions about the inspection? Call today!
 Anna Chroscicki
REMAX Masterpiece

inspection: Types of Loans? FHA - 01/27/16 01:44 AM
There is few kinds of loans. And actually there is more and more, as housing market gets stronger with every month.
But you will most likely receive FHA, VA or Conventional loan.
FHA- If you are buying your first home...just starting and you don”t have substantial amount for down payment, this would be great loan for you.
Pros? You are required to bring down payment of only 3.5% of the purchase price. Also, seller can pay up to 6% of the purchase price toward your closing costs. If you are purchasing home priced at $100,000 or more, that should cover almost everything.     
Cons? … (0 comments)

inspection: What Does It Mean "Buying Home As Is"? - 01/20/16 04:39 AM
There is 99% chance that you will be purchasing your future home in “as is” condition. It absolutely doesn’t mean “buyer beware”. You are not stuck with “lemon” just as soon as you sign contract. You will notice clause on the offer form , that gives you opportunity to inspect home after you and seller execute contract. Most likely you are going to have between 7 and 10 days to do it. You can inspect property on your own, but my advise is to hire licensed professional. AS IS means only that if this inspector finds any issues with home, seller … (4 comments)

Anna Chroscicki, Realtor - St. Lucie County affordable Real Estate (Re/Max Masterpiece Realty)

Anna Chroscicki

Realtor - St. Lucie County affordable Real Estate

Port St Lucie, FL

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