The inspection process evaluates the current performance of the home’s systems and their features, not the cosmetic defects or design issues
by John Giffen | Oct 6
Even a slight mistake could end up costing a lot of money; a lot of stress; and, worst of all, tarnish your reputation.
by Ryan Ellis | Sep 25
You need to understand the true nature of mold and its impacts to protect both buyers and sellers
by Romana King | May 12
What agents can do to soften the blows of unanticipated mold, unpermitted structures, underwhelming funds and other issues that derail the sale
by Cara Ameer | Apr 3
Lifestyle data can be leveraged to find the perfect house for your buyer
by Bernice Ross | Jan 4
The pros and cons of both purchase plans
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Nov 2
Knowing your surroundings can make all the difference when it comes to your bottom line
by Nicholas Brown | Sep 24
Repairing homes they've inspected would be a conflict of interest
by Barry Stone | Feb 19
What to do if bank fails to follow through on mold removal
by Barry Stone | Dec 11
In areas without rent control, good business sense comes first
by Robert Griswold | Sep 20
If efforts to rectify encroachment are ignored, take legal action
by Barry Stone | Jul 10
Steps to take when adjoining neighbor won't sign off on job
by Barry Stone | Jun 19
Solution is simple but takes elbow grease
by Barry Stone | Apr 17
Don't fear if inspector isn't using 'top tools of the trade'
by Barry Stone | Feb 28