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How to Hire a Home Inspector

How to Hire the Right Home Inspector

You’ve heard it before – buying a home is the largest investment some folks will make in a life time! How can you protect that investment? Gather the right team and allow the professionals to help make sure your home is safe and sound. When you decide to buy a home you’ll sign a sales contract […]

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Do I Really Really Need a Real Estate Agent?

Let’s cut to the chase…unless you’re ready, willing and able to do and have ALL of the following: Locate potential property. Schedule appointment to see property. Know the market trends in the neighborhood Know school district lines Contact “The Right Lender” Can locate parks and recreation, shopping and places of worship Got the inside of […]

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Proposed Rule Will Eliminate the FHA Inspector Roster

Streamlining Inspection and Warranty Requirements for Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Single-Family Mortgage Insurance: Removal of the FHA Inspector Roster and of the Ten-Year Protection Plan Requirements for High Loan-to-Value Ratio Mortgages In February of this year HUD proposed this rule change: If passed, HUD proposes to eliminate its national Inspector Roster (Roster). The Roster is a list […]

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Top 5 Reason’s To Recommend SafeHome Inspections

Top 5 reason’s why I’m the best choice to deliver your professional home inspection. 1. No other home inspector has more experience in residential construction. (isn’t that the “real reason” you hire the inspector – to make an informed decision.) 2. Reliability starts with my core values. Honesty, integrity and objectivity. My reports are not shaded with […]

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How to Know when Tandem Circuit Breakers can be Used (aka – cheater breakers)

First, a quick definition. A tandem circuit breaker is a double circuit breaker that takes up the space of a single circuit breaker on a panelboard. You’ll also hear them called duplex, slimline, twin, half-height, half-inch, double and wafer breakers, depending on local customs. While a two-pole circuit breaker gets connected to two different poles […]

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