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NATIONAL POST Skipping home inspections a major red flag for new buyers

May 05, 2018

Having a detailed walk-through to locate problems worth the investment in long run

Depending on where you live, the real estate market has been really hot the last few years. The sad truth is, for many new homeowners, to even have a chance of closing a sale, they’ve had to completely forgo the home inspection, among other less than ideal conditions. I understand the panic that sets in, and the way prices rose, it’s natural that they wanted to get into the market before they were completely priced out. How does the saying go: The best time to buy real estate is five years ago?

Do You Trust Home Inspectors?

July 01, 2017

When both parties can build a respectful and professional relationship together, your clients reap the rewards.

Real Estate Advice: How to find a good home inspector

April 12, 2018

Q: What do I need to know about finding a good home inspector?

A: The first thing you need to know is that you should always make an offer to purchase a home, either a condo or single-family home, contingent upon a “satisfactory home inspection.” A home is the biggest purchase you will make in your lifetime. A professional home inspection will give you the peace of mind that the real estate you are purchasing is sound, up to code and with no major flaws. If not, your contingency will give you the right to walk away from the deal with no penalty, or negotiate with the seller for a lower price or fixes to the flaws that have been uncovered.

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