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The “Clinical” Approach to Inspection Repairs

The “Clinical” Approach to Inspection Repairs

If you’ve ever landed awkwardly at a trampoline park, took flag football a bit too seriously or, heck, picked that (insert any object) off the ground juuuuuuust the wrong way, then you know how frustrating freak injuries can be. They happen unexpectedly, they can be

How to Relist Your Home After a Bad Inspection

How to Relist Your Home After a Bad Inspection

“The buyers have decided to walk away from the deal.” That’s obviously the last thing you want to hear as a seller. But, it’s a real possibility – especially when a home inspection is part of the buyer’s due diligence. And losing a sale to

The Proof is in the Pictures

The Proof is in the Pictures

The last thing you need late in the transaction? Uncertainty. This is especially true when it comes to closing repairs. Were they completed with quality? Heck, were they completed at all?! Yes, there’s going to be a reinspection – but why wait until then to

5 Defects That Can Kill Your Listing

5 Defects That Can Kill Your Listing

When a home lingers on the market, it’s not uncommon for homeowners to spend sleepless nights wondering WHY? Is the above-ground pool a turnoff? Is it the magenta paint in the living room? Should we get rid of the shag carpet in the bathroom? (The

Three Things to Ask your Home Inspector

Three Things to Ask your Home Inspector

Buying a house can be one of the brightest moments of your life and one of the most stressful.  You will probably hire a home inspector at some point during the transaction and here are three things not to forget before they get started. Ask