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  I hope this isn't to arrogant but I just had to share this info.  Thanks to everyone in the Pillar To Post family, clients and all our realestate friends  for making us #1 again for the 6th year in a row. PRESS RELEASETampa, FLA/Toronto CAN-January 15, 2008-For the sixth consecutive year, Pilla...
Posted over 6 years ago
Home builders versus home inspectors Over the last few years I have inspected many new homes for clients.  Most of them I have inspected at the time of completion and a handful I have inspected during the construction process.  I have found most builders to be respectful and understanding to the ...
Posted over 6 years ago
Over the last few years I have inspected many new homes for clients.  Most of them I have inspected at the time of completion and a handful I have inspected during the construction process.  I have found most builders to be respectful and understanding to the clients wants of a third party lookin...
Posted over 6 years ago
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I just ran into this news article and thought it was worth sharing.  Seems to me the buyers lawyer is chasing the biggest money trail.  This is a scary situation for everyone involved.  both realtors, inspector, mortgage company. What was the seller thinking?  Does anyone in South Carolina know d...
Posted over 6 years ago
Top 10 Concerns for Homebuyers and SellersWhen buying or sell­ing a home, people are often sur­prised to find how appropriate that old maxim "The more things change, the more they remain the same" can be. That's because no matter the age, style, size or loca­tion of a house, there are common prob...
Posted over 6 years ago
Owners hope to head off trouble and speed sales by hiring their own inspectors.  By Frank Nelson, Special to The Times August 26, 2007 JUDY MELLO wasn't looking forward to buying a new place to live, imagining a lengthy, complicated and perhaps stressful experience. "I figured it was going to dra...
Posted over 6 years ago
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HELP FOR HOMEOWNERS: CHOOSING A HANDYMAN*Whether it's a big project such as a bathroom remodel, something small like putting up shelves, or repairs and routine maintenance, many homeowners turn to handymen to get the job done. It used to be that everyone knew "a guy down the street" who could do ...
Posted almost 7 years ago
I received this from NEFAR this week and thought it might be of intrest to those who haven't been keeping up with what is going on in Tallahassee.  Happy reading!Whip's Policy BriefThe Office of the Majority WhipRepresentative Ellyn Bogdanoff323 The Capitol850-487-0536        Special Session onHu...
Posted about 7 years ago
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As an inspector who is involved with many new construction homes I know there are special needs and problems associated with these transactions.  Hopefully we can have good dialogue in this group to help each other out.  Write a comment or ask a question and lets see what we come up with.Mike
Posted about 7 years ago
Here's some advice on making your home attractive to potential buyers. Get routine service done on heating and cooling systems. Pre-sale service will prevent big surprises uncovered by the buyer's home inspection. Wash windows. In addition to improving the home's appearance, washing may uncover b...
Posted about 7 years ago
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