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Home Inspection Expert Offers Tips on How to Get Top Dollar When Selling Your Home
Both the National Association of Homes Builders (NAHB) and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) predict a strong housing market for 2005, and Kathleen Kuhn, president and CEO of HouseMaster suggests a pre-inspection is especially important before. More...

Grading and Drainage
Grading that can collect and hold water near and next to a foundation wall can cause basement flooding and flooding into a finished basement area can lead to mold growth within 48 hours. More.

Causes of Sill Damage
Termites often enter wood sill areas in a home at masonry exterior steps/slabs. Termites will eat wood members often causing structural failure and expensive repair costs. An inexperienced home inspector will sometimes.More.

Why You Should Do a Home Inspection
A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from roof to foundation. A home inspection is the equivalent of a physical examination from your doctor. When problems or symptoms of problems are. More.

Mold & Mildew: An Age-Old Problem
A great deal of media attention is being paid these days to concerns about mold. But this is certainly not a new issue, and a homeowner's appropriate response to the appearance of mildew in the home may not be very different. More.

Just a Typical Home Inspection
Well you've found your dream home after searching for several months. It's in the right town, close to work, the schools are good, the price is, but. More.

So You've Put an Offer on a Home. What's Next?
You've finally found the home of your dreams, 3 bedrooms, attached garage, and a great neighborhood. You fix sights on the freshly painted walls, new carpeting, beautiful cabinets and a huge back yard. What are you forgetting? More.

Crawlspaces and Moisture Problems
Every day that I wake up and head out to inspect someone's home that has a crawlspace, I could probably fill out some of my inspection forms ahead of time. It is an unfortunate fact that most crawlspaces have . More.

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