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  • Don't Worry, the Home Warranty will Cover That By:-Tim Spargo
    There are pros out there that look after their clients' interest time after time and day after day. There are also those that discount the professional Inspectors findings with 'Don't worry about that, the Home Warranty will cover it'. Some will even say... 'A day or two after you move in....' Really?
  • Home Inspection: Can You Do It On Your Own By:-Roby Hicks
    Inspecting the house before purchasing it, is essential to know the work the house needs. The result of the inspection can be used for negotiating as well. This will help the buyer identify if the property is overpriced or not. This also helps them to decide whether to continue the purchase or not.
  • The Home Inspection Period By:-Dimitri Larno
    The inspection period is a negotiated time frame in which buyers have the opportunity to conduct their due-diligence on the property. The purpose is to give the buyers a 'free look', so to speak. If the buyers don't like what they see, they can re-negotiate the terms of the contract, or cancel the contract altogether.
  • Beware the 'Newbie' Home Inspector By:-Philippe Heller
    Inspecting homes requires experience. A home inspector only gets one chance to get it right. Many new inspection companies have appears since the economic slowdown. Make sure you are hiring an experienced home inspection company.
  • Remember the inspections when buying a Naples Florida home By:-Graham Ginsberg
    Naples Florida Home inspectors can help buyers determine if the home they are about to purchase is in good condition or is in need of major repairs. Most purchase contracts include a clause stating that the sale is contingent on the home's inspection, allowing the buyer to back out of the sale if problems arise.
  • Radon in Your Home By:-Roby Hicks
    We encounter a lot of risks and threats every day. This is why we are always careful to make sure that our family is safe. But no matter how careful we are, certain things are out of our control. Even staying at home does not ensure security. This is because there are several factors that can expose our home to various threats. An example would be the exposure to radon.
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