5 Things You Should Inspect When Considering a Home Purchase



Sometimes repairs or upgrades may be acceptable if you’re getting a good deal, but you want to be aware of any issues. Here are five important things to inspect.

Mold: What You Need to know About Your Home



Mold is a serious and costly problem to correct. Some states require sellers to disclose any known mold problems. But keep in mind that they only have to disclose what they know about and not all states even have this requirement. What homeowners

What’s That Smell? Is That A Mold Stain?



There are many words you could use to describe mold. How about sneaky, opportunistic, hazardous, persistent, smelly and scary, just for starters? Among the general population, you’ll encounter a variety of reactions to the “M” word. But among real estate agents, the mere mention of mold can easily trigger anxiety attacks, not to mention a string of other 4-letter words not suitable for publication.

Why You Should Have a Mold Inspection Before Buying a Home



Mold can hide behind baseboards, beneath carpet and under a new paint job. Mold spores can not hide from a mold detection device that tests the concentration of spores in the air. Since extensive mold in a home can make it virtually unlivable, paying for a specialized mold inspection can potentially save you thousands of dollars and your health.

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