Attending Milwaukee Home Inspection

Posted on: October 7, 2016 by in Blog
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Buying a house is a quintessential moment of adulthood. There are so many aspects beyond just visiting numerous homes and looking through rooms to see if you can envision yourself living there. One of the key aspects of buying a home is the dreaded home inspection. What are they for and what do you do with it? That’s what we’re here to explore. How do I find a home inspector? Typically your real estate agent will recommend someone for your home inspection; but rather than just taking the Continue Reading ...

Should I Get Milwaukee Home Inspection On A Brand New Home?

Posted on: September 30, 2016 by in Blog
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Most homebuyers recognize the importance of a home inspection when buying a house from a previous owner. Unfortunately, many people do not realize that a home inspection is equally important for new construction. Many buyers mistakenly believe a home inspection is a repeat of their final building inspection and therefore unnecessary. Additionally, buyers often do not realize how a home inspection for new construction will differ from one for a resale home. Hopefully, we can clarify these things Continue Reading ...

The Average Cost Of Milwaukee Home Inspection

Posted on: September 23, 2016 by in Blog
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When you first hear how much a base home inspection costs, you may not think it sounds like very much money — especially if you're at the start of your home search process. Of course the problem is that when you hear all the additional options of the home inspection, plus factor in the amount of money you'll spend during the buying process, it can feel like a knife twist. Part of the problem can be solved by being prepared, but part of it is thinking about the situation the right way. We'll Continue Reading ...

What Is Milwaukee Home Inspection Checklist?

Posted on: September 16, 2016 by in Blog
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A home inspection checklist is what prospective home owners or renters look at in a home to anticipate possible maintenance issues and/or whether a home is going to be safe to live in or not. Home inspections may be done by the prospective buyer or renter, a professional inspector, or both. Because things can potentially be wrong with both old and new homes, the more eyes that get the chance to fully inspect a home, the better.   Doing an Inspection Yourself If you don't consider Continue Reading ...

Why My Real Estate Agent Should See A Milwaukee Home Inspectors?

Posted on: September 9, 2016 by in Blog
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Home inspections provide vital information to future home buyers and to the current owners. The inspector examines the condition of the home that is going to be purchased and reports the findings. The real estate agents for the buyer and seller should always attend. What is found can be detrimental for the sale of the home to move forward.   Understanding the home inspector's report The inspector is very precise on the information he or she writes on the report. There is a list of Continue Reading ...

Why Should I Get A Milwaukee Home Inspection?

Posted on: September 2, 2016 by in Blog
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Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Because you will spend so much money on this purchase, you need to be sure that you are making the right decision. One of the best ways to evaluate the home you intend to purchase is by scheduling a home inspection.   What is a Home Inspection? During a home inspection, a trained professional will spend time inspecting your property carefully. During this process, the inspector will look at the structure of the Continue Reading ...

New Home Improvement Trends From Home Inspection Milwaukee

Posted on: August 26, 2016 by in Blog
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When you're in the process of buying or building a home, you're constantly researching trends and technology that will set your home apart. Fast forward a few years and you probably don't have your finger on the pulse of home advancements like before. It's good you've settled in to your home, but a lot can change in just a handful of years. If you're finally thinking about finishing the basement, updating the kitchen or investing in landscaping, there's probably a lot of new processes and Continue Reading ...

Door Lock Protect Against Break-in Method With Home Inspector Milwaukee

Posted on: August 19, 2016 by in Blog
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From self-driving cars to Snapchat, digital technology continues to transform almost every aspect of our lives. While these big-ticket smart items make the headlines, many homeowners are more interested in how smart technology can be used to increase their level of home security. Today, advanced image sensors, indoor video cameras and DIY security hubs allow the average homeowner to install security systems that are directly linked to the police. Homeowners can also lock doors and check Continue Reading ...

Turn Empty Attic Into New Living Space With Home Inspection Milwaukee

Posted on: August 12, 2016 by in Blog
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When your family outgrows your home's available space, moving to bigger digs isn't always the best option. Maybe you really love your current home. Perhaps you can't find a bigger home in your price range in the area of your choice. Whatever your reason for staying in place, expanding the home you already have can be a cost-effective option when your family needs more room. Converting an unused attic into usable living area is a reliable, cost-effective way to gain more space in a home. It's Continue Reading ...

Home Inspectors Milwaukee Helps First-time Home Buyers

Posted on: August 5, 2016 by in Blog
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Finally! The economy is improving, interest rates are low and many consumers now find themselves in a great position financially to become a first-time homeowner. There's a small problem though for some locations around the country - the booming real estate market is resulting in rising home prices and increased competition for the most desirable properties. The S&P/Case-Shiller national home-price index recently estimated that 2016 prices are within four percent of the peak in 2006. In Continue Reading ...

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