Whether you’re buying or selling a home, the home inspection is a critical element in the process.
It is getting to be the time of year that foothill and mountain residents should begin to think about fire mitigation. By doing wildfire mitigation, homeowners can increase their safety and reduce the risk to life and property.
Home inspectors help buyers by thoroughly examining a property and providing expert advice about its actual condition and possible repair costs.
One of the best ways to make certain your home attracts buyers and the highest possible sales price is to make sure it’s “dressed for success” both inside and out.
A recent national survey of home inspectors revealed some of the most commonly reported home inspection issues. If you are thinking of selling your home you may want to take a look at these areas prior to listing.
Even though there is snow on the ground it’s not too early to start thinking about spring cleaning and home maintenance. Despite all the hype surrounding spring cleaning, most home owners don’t want to spend the weekend doing yard work, cleaning out storage spaces and reorganizing their closets. However, spring is a good time for home owners to evaluate in their home and identify potential maintenance issues.
Home inspections usually are not required by mortgage lenders. It’s an optional procedure that you can decide on for yourself.