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How to Conquer Major Home Inspection Problems
There are a variety of hidden issues that can make selling your home difficult. Here are some of the most common home problems found during inspection...
Tips On How To Bat Proof Your Home
In this podcast, Tim Chace of Colonial Pest Control gives some great advice and tips on how to bat proof your home.
I’ve Always Noticed A Black Diamond On My Tape Measure, But Had No Idea Why Until Now
Carpenters must know this, but a whole lot of other people do not.
Tips and Tricks to Keep Plants Blooming
Deadheading is a popular practice â but do you know all the ways to keep flowers on your plants longer? Follow these easy tips for keeping your favorite shrubs and flowers blooming longer.
Home inspections: what to know before you buy
Expert advice to help home purchasers understand the home they're buying
How to Look for and Avoid Bedbugs in Hotel or Motel Rooms
University of Maine Cooperative Extension demonstrates how to look for bedbugs while traveling. Tips on where and how to look for bedbugs in your hotel or mo...
Top 4 Real Estate Regrets
Whether buying or renting, there seems to be a commonality to the real estate regrets people have once they have purchased or rented a new home or apartm...
Realtors: What You Need to Know About Home Inspections
As a real estate agent, you play a crucial role in the home buying process. Arguably one of the most important aspects of this process is the home inspection, and homebuyers will oftentimes look to their real estate agent to provide a trusted referral Whether agents choose to attend inspections or not, they should have a fundamental understanding of what goes into the process, and how to recognize a good inspector The Process Typically, a thorough inspection of a 2,000-square-foot home takes about 2-3 hours . Within this time frame, the inspector will examine the home’s structure (foundation and framing), exterior (driveways, steps, porches, etc.), interior (walls, ceilings, floors, railings, etc.), roof, plumbing, electrical, heating and…
How To Spot A Home Repair Scam And Contractor Fraud
Contractor fraud and home repair scams are all too commonplace. No matter how many reviews you’ve read online, follow these rules to avoid being ripped off.