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Carpeted bathrooms are bathrooms that have carpeted floors instead of traditional floor surfaces, such as tile or vinyl. Despite their tendency to foster mold and bacteria, carpets are sometimes installed in residential bathrooms for aesthetic purposes. Carpets should never be installed in bathro...
01/24/2010
  Buyers make their decision to purchase a home based on emotion and justify that decision with logic.       2.  Buyer's can fall out of love with a home just as quickly as the fell in love it. So why jeopardize the sale (and your hard earned commission) by waiting for the buyer's inspector to de...
01/19/2010
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 Let me explain why and how this new pre-listing inspection works by using a page out of a vehicle dealership's playbook: When you go into an vehicle dealership today they have two types of used of vehicles: The plain old used car The "Certified Pre-Owned" car Now what does Certified Pre-Owned me...
01/14/2010
By getting the pre-listing inspection the seller has also enhanced the likelihood of a successful closing by creating a feeling of honesty and trust since they've disclosed, or repaired all the necessary items. Another seller benefit is that the items needing professional attention can be correct...
01/13/2010
  Most of us know that pre-listing inspections aren't for the meek or weak agent. They represent a shift in thinking from the traditional to the rational. Thus they are often a tough sell to many Home Owner's who believe that the buyers are responsible for the inspections. Which results in their ...
01/12/2010
  1)What can agents do to get these properties moved and a big paycheck in their pocket? Get a pre-listing inspection. I know we've all heard about them and most everyone has their own opinion, ranging from, "There must be something wrong with the home if the seller has already done an inspection...
01/11/2010
I have been contacted by a company to do some work for themI sent them an agreement, they sent me an email saying our Work Order should be enoughWhat would your comment to them be on this?I made it very clear to the gentlemen I talked with, no signature on the agreement no work!Also they want to ...
01/07/2010
Squirrel, Raccoon and Rodent Damage The first sign that a critter has been living in the attic is often evidence discovered in the form of tiny pellets. Squirrels, raccoons or rodents often enter attics through the eaves or loose boards and can cause considerable damage. In an inspection of the a...
12/19/2009
ChimneyOf course, one cannot inspect the interior of the chimney from the attic, but an inspector can note whether the structure itself is solid within the attic. That portion of the chimney that is not exposed to the elements can also weather and deteriorate, and this especially holds true for o...
12/18/2009
Water DamageWater flows from the top down and rarely enters a home sideways. Inspectors will look for staining on the wood supports or on the walls which would provide evidence that water had leaked or is leaking through the roof somewhere. Condensation can form around pipes, which can cause wood...
12/17/2009
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