home inspections: What to Do if Problems Are Found During the Final Home Inspection - 05/07/21 01:54 PM
As a home buyer, you may go through a number of different steps to ensure that the property that you purchase is in great condition. For example, you may complete an initial walk-through or even several home tours before you make an offer. You may also order a property inspection and even negotiate for the seller to make some repairs on your behalf.
A day or two before your closing date, you may set up a final home inspection to ensure that the home is still in the same condition as the initial walk-through. In most cases, there will be no problems … (1 comments)

home inspections: How Buying a Home Can Go Wrong – and How to Avoid These Mistakes - 04/30/21 09:21 AM
When you buy a home, you may have dreams of settling into a beautiful new space that meets your needs and that your family can feel comfortable in. While many will enjoy this vision of domestic tranquility after taking ownership of their dream home, others have had their dream turn into a veritable nightmare due to some simple mistakes or oversights on their part. By understanding these mistakes, you can avoid making them yourself.
Paying Too Much For The Property
One the surface, the main cost of buying a home relates to the sales price, and it is true that your monthly housing … (0 comments)

home inspections: Top 3 Reasons To Have a Home Inspection - 12/11/13 03:20 PM
Top 3 Reasons To Have a Home Inspection
 

Even if you do know a lot about the structure, plumbing and wiring of houses, don’t let your ego get the better of you. It’s important to shell out the additional money to hire an inspector and cover your assets. You’d hate to end up with a home that needs major renovations and not have known about it.
Unfortunately, some buyers make the mistake of skipping a home inspection in order to save a little cash.
Even if a home has already stolen your heart and you’re ready to pay for … (1 comments)

home inspections: Tips On Passing Your Home Inspection With Flying Colors - 10/09/13 02:17 AM
Tips On Passing Your Home Inspection With Flying Colors
 
Home inspections are a tense time for everyone. Sellers are fervently hoping that nothing major is wrong with their home that could hold up the transaction.
Buyers are eager to hear that their new house is in prime condition. Whatever the wishes, one thing is for sure; any news from an inspector is usually bad news.
Home inspectors have a tough job. They have to be trained to spot hundreds of potential issues with a home and be knowledgeable of local codes, community restrictions and residential permit parameters.
Stay one step … (0 comments)

home inspections: Questions To Ask Your Home Inspector Before Buying Your Home - 07/29/13 11:43 PM
Questions To Ask Your Home Inspector Before Buying Your Home
 
Imagine how frustrated you'd be to find out that the hot water heater wasn't working - in the middle of your very first shower in your new home!
This, among other very good reasons, is why you should have a home inspection before you buy your home.
When you buy a home, you need to know exactly what you're buying.
A home inspection is an important part of buying your home. Before you hire a home inspector, ask candidates a few questions to make sure you hire a trustworthy inspector.
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home inspections: Why It's Critically Important To Have A Home Inspection - 06/12/13 11:13 PM
Why It's Critically Important To Have A Home Inspection
 
Many home buyers have found the perfect house, signed on the dotted line and may think they've watched enough home improvement shows to know if the home they're getting is in good shape. Unfortunately, some buyers make the mistake of skipping a home inspection in order to save a little cash.
Even if a home has already stolen your heart and you're ready to pay for it as-is, you need to bite the bullet and hire a home inspector to let you know what repairs and financial repercussions await you.
Why … (1 comments)

home inspections: 3 Reasons To Attend Your Own Home Inspection - 01/31/13 12:38 AM
3 Reasons To Attend Your Own Home Inspection  

As a home buyer in Montgomery County , you can get a feel for whether a home's systems and appliances are in working order. However, you can't know for certain until after the home's been inspected.
This is why real estate agents recommend that buyers hire a licensed home inspectors immediately after going into contract. It's the best way to really know the home which you're buying. 
By definition, a home inspection is a top-to-bottom check-up of a home's physical condition and systems, including a review of the structure, and its … (3 comments)

 
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