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How to Buy a House

How to Buy a House

Spring is traditionally the most common time of year to buy a home. If you’re looking to purchase your first home, you likely have plenty of questions and you aren’t sure quite where to start. However, your dreams can easily become a reality with just a little bit of hard work and research. Phil and […]

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Lies Never To Tell When Selling Your Home

3 Lies You Cannot Tell When Selling Your Home

When you’re ready to put your home on the market, it can be tempting to make it seem a little bit better than it is to get the best selling price. However, while it may not be necessary to disclose every little issue, there are some big defects that, by law, must be disclosed or […]

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How to Decided if a Home is the Right Fit

4 Signs You’ve Found the Right House

If you’ve begun searching for a home in the Atlanta, Georgia, area, Phil and the entire team at ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc. is here to help. We know that buyers today are looking for more than just a great listing price and a good amount of square footage. The right house also has […]

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Reasons Why You Shouldn't Do Your Own Home Inspection

3 Reasons Not to Do Your Own Home Inspection

Are you considering saving money by doing your own home inspection? If you are an especially handy homeowner or even an experienced contractor, you may think you can easily perform all the checks that a home inspector does. However, whatever training you have under your belt does not compare to the extensive training our professionals […]

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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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6 Tips for Atlanta Home Buyers

Buying a house is a big deal. You want to make a wise decision, but you often have to act fast in order to get the house you want. At ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc., Phil, Joyce, and the rest of our team have helped a number of home buyers in their journey to […]

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4 Tips for Hiring a Home Inspector

Whether you’re a new homebuyer or a seasoned house-buying expert, you always want to protect yourself and your investment with a quality home inspection. However, finding a reliable inspector is often more challenging than you might like. While we’d love to say “just come to us,” we know you need to do your due diligence. […]

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