An examination of a journey into the user experience of a home inspection report to find a better way to communicate.
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What do you need to know about the services of Houston home inspection companies? Doing a comparison analysis of data on their website may not be enough.
Do you want to understand your home inspection report? We will examine the five main sections and then the other sections of the home inspection report, along with some other aspects surrounding the report.
How should a home inspector document his findings? Does he need proof for everything he finds, and what form should that proof take?
Home Inspectors in Houston (and all over Texas) should be aware that a new property inspection report is in place. Here is a summary of some significant changes that the consumer should know. This post is meant as a companion piece to my previous posts that were written in the “Understanding Your Report” Category.
Most home inspectors work hard to do a good job, but every so often there is a home inspection which can make us look bad.
Do not get mad; get even (maybe). Finding a way to deal with the buyer’s home inspection report to keep the sale alive. Consider home warranties and repairs along with negotiations an agreement can be reached.
Common features in some reports from other home inspectors can cause problems for people trying to understand those findings. After analyzing a few reports, I go over some problems for the consumer.
Home inspectors frequently see the same things over and over again. Here are five common home problems which are easily repaired.
Your credit score according to FICO. Tips from an inspector on how to improve your financial circumstances.