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Fall and winter home inspection

Why Fall and Winter Are Great Times for Home Inspections

Fall is in full swing in Georgia, and winter is not far off. We all know that house closings can be scheduled at anytime and they certainly won’t care what the weather is like outside. If you’re in the process of buying or selling a home, you don’t have to let cold weather put your […]

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Home Inspection Schedule

What If I Can’t Attend My Home Inspection?

Your offer was accepted and you just signed a contract to purchase your beautiful new Georgia home! Your next step is to order a home inspection, which can be a stress-inducing part of the home-buying process because it must be performed in 10-14 days. Now, you have less than two weeks to find a time […]

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Valuable Resources

Valuable Resources for New Homeowners

Congratulations to you, a new homeowner in Atlanta, GA! Your new home passed the inspection, you made it through the closing process, and you’re ready to move in! However, if you’ve been renting for some time before purchasing your home, your handyman skills might be a little rusty. Suddenly, you don’t have a landlord to […]

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How to Prepare for a Home Inspector

How to Prepare for a Home Inspection

If you’re expecting a home inspector to show up at your doorstep in the coming weeks, it’s a good idea to start preparing your home now. Getting ready for a home inspection helps to prevent future problems and surprises down the road. It’s also a great idea to prepare your home so the inspection goes […]

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Septic tank inspection

The Value of a Septic Tank Inspection

When purchasing your dream home in Atlanta this spring, a septic tank might be the last thing on your mind. However, after you’re sure this new home has checked all your boxes, it’s important to understand your septic system before you buy. Your septic tank will not only require an inspection before you sign your […]

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HOME INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Home Inspection Checklist: What to Expect from Your Home Inspector

Looking for the perfect home in Atlanta, GA, and the surrounding area can be full of both excitement and anxiety at the same time. You have a wish list of what you’d like in a new home, but budget constraints, location issues, and unforeseen home improvements can certainly add to the overall stress of home […]

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Termite Inspections

The Value of a Termite Inspection

If you are planning on buying or selling a property, it is important to schedule a professional termite inspection to find out if you have any damage. Even though termites are small, they can do an estimated $5 billion in property damage in the United States each year. Unfortunately, because they live underground, many people […]

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Why Get a Pool Inspection?

When you started looking for your dream home, was a pool or spa part of that equation? Did you find the perfect kitchen layout, master bedroom, and bonus areas? If you found your perfect home and found out it included a pool or spa, you need to do more than say, “Oh, okay, great!” A pool […]

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3 Reasons to Get a Pre-Listing Inspection

Whether you’re relocating or need more space in a new place, you’ve decided to sell your Atlanta home. You may have been there for 20 years or just a handful, but either way, you know that the house has aged as all properties do even with good maintenance. Before you list your home in the […]

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How Do I Know if a House Has Mold?

When purchasing a new home, you want to make sure it isn’t plagued by mold. Mold can cause everything from minor sinus irritation to major health concerns—not to mention the damage it can do to your potential home. While some molds are visible, not all mold is easily detected during a walk-through. That’s why Phil, […]

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