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Empowering Women for Home Ownership

Posted on Nov 15, 2014

Women are often easy victims when it comes to buying homes that turns out to be a money pit than one’s own little patch of heaven on Earth. This is not because women are easily fooled, they just do not know how to ensure that their home purchase is not motivated by hyped up sales pitch. They simpl Read More »

Crucial Questions To Ask For Home Inspectors You Want To Hire

Posted on Oct 30, 2014

The need to hire a home inspector cannot be stressed out more. Owning a home is not just enjoying it from the first day you started living in it until your last hours on Earth. It is also making sure that the house is structurally sound and will be there to shelter you and your family for decades to Read More »

Home Inspection: Specialized Inspection For A Special House

Posted on Oct 15, 2014

We do love our homes and for most of us it is our special investment, a reward for a job well done in life. We can grow attached to our home and treat it as an extension of our person. For this reason when it comes to home inspection we do not spare the needed details to keep the house in tip-top sh Read More »

Inspecting Your Home On Your Own

Posted on Sep 30, 2014

Unless you want to sell your home soon and profit from that sale, it is a better option to forego hiring professional home inspectors and do the home inspection on your own. Remember that your home will deteriorate as the years pass by but with vigilant DIY inspections you can ensure that incurred Read More »

Boosting Your House’s Resale Value

Posted on Sep 15, 2014

The economy might be looking more optimistic these days but life-wrecking debt is still an issue for many American families. This is why selling your house can be an attractive option for many who would want to lessen their financial worries. Selling your home can free you from mortgage and then m Read More »

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Things You Need to Inspect after a Hail Storm

Posted on Aug 31, 2014

Hail storm is a type of thunderstorm that consists of solid lumps of ice. With this, it could cause serious damage in your home especially if the hail storm is too strong. Hail storms could damage your roof, your fence, your front and back yards, and etc. Most home owner insurances would ask someon Read More »

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Home Inspection: Things You Should Paint Instead of Having Them Replaced

Posted on Aug 16, 2014

There would come a time when your house would get a little old – the furniture, the roof, the floor and everything that makes up your home. And if you are planning to sell your home, there’s a cheaper way on how to increase its value. The first step to do is have your home inspected before you t Read More »

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Inspect and Increase the Value of Your Home without Spending Too Much

Posted on Jun 30, 2014

You might not be considering to sell your home right now, but in times you need money or if you plan to buy a new home, you have to prepare your home for the best possible circumstances. You have to increase your home’s value to be able to sell it at a much higher price. Improving your home’s va Read More »

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Inspect for Bed Bugs: Your Bedroom’s Number One Enemies

Posted on Jun 16, 2014

When you are inspecting your home, you should look at every nook and corner of your house including your bedroom. You might not know that your bed is already infested with bed bugs. You thought that your itchy red marks on your body are caused by those pesky mosquitoes, but actually, they’re cause Read More »

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Areas that Need to Be Inspected Before Buying a New Home

Posted on Apr 30, 2014

If you’re set out to buy a new home, there are some areas that you need to carefully inspect before you hand over that contract. Having a new home is truly an exciting experience but don’t be carried away yet. Though the house looks okay on the outside, be more meticulous in choosing a home thro Read More »