Buyers today will typically have the home they purchase inspected by a licensed home inspector. This article helps sellers prepare for this part of selling their home.
Many first time home buyers have grown tired of paying high rent but don’t have a lot of cash to buy a ‘move in ready’ home. What this article will discuss is some of the more expensive items to look for when searching for a ‘fixer upper’ so you don’t end up with a ‘money pit’
While I won’t say I’m an expert with this issue, I’ll go over things I’ve learned and experienced with what water or moisture can do to a home. Since most if not all of a home is made of wood, water intrusion can rot the wood leading to deterioration of… Read More »Water Intrusion Can Be Your Home’s Enemy
At some point manufactures came up with standards on how long the purchaser should expect their product to function under normal usage. Thus they came up with the “Industry Standard Useful Life”.
Common wisdom has spring starting in late March because of the calendar and outside weather tells us that. A common misconception is that the prime home selling season as starting around the same time.
More energy used uses more of the non-renewable energy sources on the planet. So an energy efficient home is thus labeled a ‘Green’ home for using less energy.