Millenial Mistakes Buying Homes

Buying a home can be a scary, complicated process. And the stakes are high. Wherever possible, you should try to avoid learning things the hard way, and instead learn from the mistakes of others. Continue reading to learn some of the common mistakes that Millenials make when buying their first home.

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How to Spot Mold and Water Damage Problems During a House Inspection

When you’re buying a home, it isn’t easy to find a flawless property. While most people are willing to put up which certain flaws, it’s never a good idea to overlook water damage. Here are some great tips to spot mold and water damage problems during a house inspection.

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Why Buyers Agents LOVE Building And Pest Inspections

Inspect all aspects of a property before making a purchase is a no-brainer for any home buyer, but they're also great for the agent. Learn why buyer's agents LOVE building and pest inspections, and how these inspections can make for a smoothes real estate transaction.

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It is All About Your Perfect House

Finding the perfect house is about a lot more than just the obvious things, like the number of rooms and whether or not it has a swimming pool. There are many other things to take into consideration. A home inspection is just one part of that process in uncovering potential hidden costs and making sure that the home is a great fit for you and your family.

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Different Types of Home Inspections

There are a number of different home inspections you should conduct during the buying process in order to ensure that you are making the right decision. This is because any kind of problems surface after the purchase become your responsibility and you have to complete the maintenance work and cover repair costs yourself. We'll go over the different types of home inspections to make sure you all of your bases covered.

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Infrared-Enhanced Home Inspections

Learn about infrared photography, or thermal imaging, and how we use it to enhance your home inspection. Every picture tells a story. What happens when the picture is enhanced to tell you the story behind the story?

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Millenial First-Time Homebuyer Checklist

Looking to buy your first home? Follow this condensed checklist to see what the process looks like, and what to look for, or watch out for, when searching for your first home.

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10 Home Improvements with the Best Return on Investment

Remodeling or updating different areas or components in your home can provide a boost to its value when you're ready to sell. We've compiled a list of 10 home improvement projects that have the highest return on investment, giving you more money in your pocket.

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Basic Thermodynamics And Why It Is Important

As we head into the cooler months, we should get back to basic thermodynamics and remind ourselves why it is important to seal up our homes and apply the basic principles that make energy-efficient homes operate. Learning the very basics of thermodynamics and how if affects your home can save you a lot of money over time.

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Top Home Inspections Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Home

Buying a home is a big deal, and a home inspection is a great investment to protect it. We'll go over some tips to help you avoid common mistakes and make the most out of your home inspection. Follow our guidance, and you can be sure that your home inspection will pay off.

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What Do Those Cracks In My Foundation Really Mean?

Cracks in the foundation of your home can be terrifying thing to discover. But cracks are actually very common, and often times there isn't anything to worry about. So when should you be concerned, and what should you do? We'll take a look at the different types of foundation cracks to help you understand what's happening, and when you should take action.

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What To Expect from a Good Home Inspection Report

The home inspection report is the final product produced from a home inspection, and is by far the most important aspect of any home inspection. However, not all reports are equal. The ultimate purpose of the home inspection report is to effectively communicate the condition of the home. In this article we'll touch on what exactly makes for a good home inspection report.

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Checking Your Home's Foundation before It's too late

Modern homes are built to withstand the constant forces of nature that can take a toll on your home’s concrete foundation. The earth around your home’s foundation expands and contracts seasonally from freezing, thawing, saturation, and drought. Foundation issues can be the most expensive problems homeowners face but most of these issues are preventable if they take a few simple measures before it is too late.

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