October 2015

Found 2 blog entries for October 2015.

It is important that when you are sitting down with the person who will be renovating your home that you both are on the same page. The last thing that you want is to have a renovator that thinks you said to remove a wall when you said you wanted to add mud room to your home. This article will help you in knowing what to be prepared for when dealing with your renovator.

Start By Defining What Exactly You Want And Don’t Want – You will want to start by making a list of the things that you like about your home and the things that you don’t like about it. It’s important that everyone agrees with what is on the list. You may hate the way the kitchen looks but the rest of the family loves the design. These questions are ones that you need to keep in mind

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For most people, buying a home is one of the most important investment decisions of their lives. The experience can be both exciting and stressful. In order to make the purchase as stress-free as possible, it is important to consider several factors during a final walkthrough or inspection before you decide whether or not to purchase the home. While your inspector will check many aspects of the home, there are lots of things you can check out for yourself, especially if you're going to be there for the inspection, which we highly recommend. When all of the ABCs are covered, you’ll feel considerably less stress, and this can provide most people with the confidence they need to remove their inspection condition.

Check for Plumbing Problems and Leaks

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