More buyers waive the home inspection to get the deal done

With buyers facing increased competition for what few properties are on the market, some are choosing to waive the home inspection. But while waiving the property inspection always used to be about making an offer more enticing and stand out in a bidding war, these days that’s not always the reason why buyers are offering

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What Questions Should You Ask a Home Inspector?

A home inspection is something you need to do before buying or selling a home. It is a thorough examination of the condition of the home to determine recommended repairs and other maintenance concerns. For the buyer, a home inspection is needed to know exactly what they are buying so that they can be ready

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Home Inspections are value added to your home

Many purchase agreements fall apart based on home inspection reports. Home inspections are often scary for both the buyer and the seller. It’s not only about learning the problems t

Why You May Need to Check Your Home Inspector Is up to Scratch

Home inspectors carry out a vital service for anyone purchasing a home, but an article in realtor.com has highlighted the need to check that your chosen home inspector is actually qualified to catch potential home disasters.

Changes to Arizona Home Inspector Bonding Requirements

Senate Bill 1422, which will take effect as of August 1st, provides for new rules regarding the Arizona home inspection bond requirement.

Tips on Preparing for an Annual Home Inspection

Home inspections are a pain, but unfortunately, they are something many homeowners and renters have to deal with. Homeowners looking sell their home will have to get past an inspector at some point, while renters are often subjected to the dreaded annual inspection commissioned by the landlord to make sure the property is being kept up.

How to Prepare for an Annual Home Inspection

Home inspections are a pain, but unfortunately, they are something many homeowners and renters have to deal with. Homeowners looking to prepare their house to sell will have to get past an inspector at some point. Renters are often subjected to the dreaded annual inspection commissioned by the landlord to make sure the property is being kept up.

Buying a Home? Hire a Home Inspector First!

So many people are scrambling to seize the phenomenal buying opportunities out there right now –they are buying a home, and it’s often a first-time purchase. One of the most important things to be done before signing a contract is to have a complete home inspection performed on the home.

Home Inspections – Your Best Way To Avoid A Money Pit

As a buyer, one of the smartest things you can do is get a home inspection. It’s arguably more important than getting an appraisal, because a proper inspection will prevent you from buying a money pit – at least unintentionally. A good home inspection will identify both major and minor problems in the physical condition

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How to Avoid Nasty Surprises When Buying a Home

While a home inspection is an essential part of any property purchase, don’t be too disappointed if you move in only to find a whole host of problems suddenly showing up in your new abode. “The job of the home inspector is to search for a property’s material defects, for instance things that don’t work,

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