Although a professional home inspection is recommended annually, it is possible for you to perform your own inspection in between. This enables you to spot problems as they arise and address them before they become larger – and costlier – to repair. Part one of this series covered aspects to check on the outside of
Homeowners often think that the only time they will need to inspect a property is if they intend purchasing it. However, this can result in costly repairs being needed over time – when a simple inspection would most likely have prevented this (the old saying, “A stitch in time saves nine,” comes to mind here).
Buying a home for the first time is an exciting experience. However, it’s essential that you perform due diligence ahead of time as this will ensure that your offer stands the highest possible chance of being accepted. Although the actual task of making an offer is quite straightforward in that you contact the agent and
As most homebuyers know, finding the right property at the right price can be extremely challenging and time-consuming, and in many cases, homes deemed to be at the correct price are often riddled with defects. While some defects are considered minor and can be addressed quickly and affordably, others such as the presence of asbestos,