What is a flipper home? Distressed homes are sometimes bought up by an investor(s) at a low price to then be “fixed up” to resell and make a profit. These investors figure in the cost of the purchase, cost of repairs and time to know what a realized gain could be. This can be very … Flipper homes
This is a very tough market these days to find a home that meets your needs much less purchase it. I’m hearing about bidding wars, paying over asking and even excluding a home inspection. I know it gets frustrating loosing out on so many homes, frustration must set in, and the fact that you NEED … Buying a home without an inspection!
The short answer is, yes. All homes, weather 100 years old to a new construction will have issues. Some small, some obvious and then some not so obvious or even major. With new construction you typically get a 1 year builder warranty. This should cover issues like mechanical failures and workmanship type flaws. For example … Should I get a home inspection on a newly constructed home?
Hello everyone, I wanted to send out a quick note about a musty basement I was in. I performed a home inspection the other day in a home that was nicely updated. Even the basement had been finished off. However, this was the problem. As I walked downstairs I was hit in the face … Musty Basement