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2009 

Many times buyers forget to think about the added value trees make to a home.  Buyer's, usually thinks about the kitchen, living space, air-conditioner, furnace and roof, but forgets about the outside, especially trees.  Trees, will affect the property value in the following ways: by the size of ...
10/29/2009
After making the decision to purchase a new home, then comes one of the most important decisions in the buying process, selecting the neighborhood that fits your lifestyle and desires.  As a home buyer, there are many things you must take into consideration, such as: if you have school age childr...
10/26/2009
Buyers when purchasing property will have many opportunities to make assumptions that appear to be safe on the surface.  For example, the home may appear to be in great shape with no problems, such as, termite damage, chimney problems or other expensive defects that are not obvious.    Even new h...
10/19/2009
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After your offer has been accepted by the seller to purchase your new home, then comes one of the most important steps in the buying process.   This step is the home inspection; this should be the first major task that is completed after the accepted offer.  Prior to reaching this point of the bu...
10/12/2009
Many buyers do not realize the importance of having a third party inspection on new home construction.   These people fall into the trap that the builder provides home and appliances warranties with their new construction.  This is true; there are warranties for construction of home and appliance...
10/10/2009
Many times when I speak with a potential home buyer,  they have neither heard of or understand the protection a home warranty provides to a homeowner.  A home warranty is an insurance policy that provides financial reimbursement for equipment failure within the home.  The policy will provide prot...
10/02/2009
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