This isn't a blog post about all kinds of DIY tips or do's and don't's. This is more about the types of repairs you may need to make when you're getting ready to sell your house. Or, the repairs you need to make as a result of a home inspection.
You see, when you're selling your house just any old repair job won't do. Neither will your … [Read More...]
Even a new, built-from-the-ground-up house will have issues. Unless you're spending millions for total custom build the house you're buying is coming from a fairly standard floor plan being built in great numbers. Sometimes the builders are in a hurry.
If you've lived in your house a while or bought an "existing home" - the homes you and I … [Read More...]
There are a lot of times homeowners may want to consider selling their home in "as is" condition.
What this means, in a general sense, is that the homeowner is not going to be willing to make any repairs as the result of a home inspection. The home buyer still has their option open to perform a home inspection complete with a radon, mold, lead … [Read More...]
Part of the home buying process is the home inspection.
Depending on the house, the buyer and the buyer's agent and, possibly the lender you could be in for a number of inspections:
lead based paint
well and septic
termites and wood destroying insects
It's enough to make you go bonkers. After all, you've been … [Read More...]
Colorful homes are pretty normal in some parts of the world.
I can't claim to be a world traveller but I've been to a few places where walking down the street is a festival of both muted pastels and bright primary colors. It seems to add a lot of personality to a neighborhood.
In the US, this doesn't happen as much. Especially in the Maryland … [Read More...]