January 9, 2005
Home Inspection Checklist
Young people and even a few older people are the primary folks who fuel the entry-level existing home market. When a person moves from the first home they purchased to their second home, the person who buys their first home is often buying for the first time.
Houses can have all sorts of visible and not-so-visible defects and flaws. If you have little experience looking at houses, then it might help you to have a home inspection checklist that will help you identify defects.
A home inspection checklist can save you tens of thousands of dollars by quickly forcing you to look beyond all of the fresh paint, the nice furnishings and the intoxicating aroma of apple pie wafting from the oven.
I just compiled a 100+ item Home Inspection Checklist that will help you seee defects before you call in a professional inspector. Think about it for a moment. Doesn't it make sense to eliminate a house from contention before you spend nearly $400.00 on a professional home inspection? Oh, I forgot to tell you, my home inspection checklist is an Instant Download product! You get it the moment your credit is approved!
Posted by Tim Carter at January 9, 2005 12:59 PM