It will, however, help optimize your chances of a better deal. It’s not uncommon for buyers to sit on the fence and compare when negotiating. A clean bill of “house health” and a little documentation showing prior needed repairs have been completed, or even a report showing
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
:: Nail Pops – Interior Trim Cracks – Bowed Stud Walls :: These conditions could have very little to do with the quality of the sub-contractors and more to do with how the builder stored his lumber during construction, the temp and
Post by SafeHome Inspections. Another great post by Bill Gassett.
Each week handymen across the country earn great money repairing homes under contract for sellers who listed their “not ready for prime time” home. There are literally dozens of issues I find each week that, if repaired in time, could have saved