Get my answers to some of the most common questions home inspection shoppers ask of home inspectors at the following link https://www.facebook.com/notes/good-home-inspection/my-phone-rings-you-want-answers/1421682204539244. Thank You.
Those words. They come up at every inspection, we pause for a moment and then go on with our lives. I’m developing a glossary of home inspection terms, borrowing from trusted resources. I’ve already published many of these words and terms but my glossary is
incomplete. If there is an inspection or construction word or term that you would like to have a better understanding, please check out my glossary. If that word isn’t there then let me know and I’ll find out about it for you, and I’ll add it to my glossary. Check it out at the following link https://www.facebook.com/notes/good-home-inspection/are-we-on-the-same-page/1358120434228755 . Thank you again.
I get that question a lot, but I really don’t know what any given house is worth. The truth is that I inspect a different house every day. I’m licensed to inspect real estate improvements, in most cases homes. If you really want to know what the condition of a property is, I have unique qualifications and techniques that help provide you with an excellent perspective about that. However, I don’t “really know” what a house is worth, that job belongs to people whom are licensed to offer such opinions (e.g. real estate agents, Realtors®, appraisers). There are data collection websites on the internet which might offer some insight into those types of questions (e.g. www.homefacts.com/?q=1489469980).
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“If you’re getting an inspection, get a Good Home Inspection”
Bud Rozell @ Good Home Inspection
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10840 Eden Roc / Dallas, TX 75238