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2008 

Buying a condominium is like a combination of buying a house, and renting an apartment. Condos are usually a smaller section of a larger building or campus that is owned by a company. When buying a condo you are not responsible for everything, except what is within your condominium space. A prope...
Posted over 5 years ago
When purchasing a condominium it is imperative to ensure that you know exactly what you are getting with the purchase. Visually your condominium might look like great, but you need to look beneath the surface and check out the important systems such as plumbing, heating, water heater, flooring or...
Posted over 5 years ago
A thorough home inspectionis one of the most important steps before purchasing a home, and many buyers try to skip this step only to end up regretting it later when problems become apparent. Your home is the place you go to get away from the world, and to relax and put your feet up, or spend time...
Posted over 5 years ago
There are a lot of false ideas going around about house inspectionsand the process and need for hiring home inspectors.  Believing these myths could in many cases cost you a lot of money. So in the interest of saving you as many headaches as much cash as possible, here is the truth about some of ...
Posted over 5 years ago
Investment Property: Mold Inspection Introduction An inspection to detect hazardous toxins within and/or around a dwelling is as easy as calling on a qualified home inspector to bring his or her experience to your environment, and evaluate the presence of toxins in and around your property. Home ...
Posted over 5 years ago
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