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  • A Beginner’s Guide to Preparing For A Home Inspection

    Posted by: Elementary Property Inspections |

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    Getting a home inspection carried out on your home that you’re trying to sell doesn’t always fill you up with excitement, but failing to prep your home for the inspection could lead to a delay in the sale.

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  • Why You Should Choose Elementary Property Inspections!

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    A home inspection ensures that you are made aware of all the faults the house you are purchasing has. It either gives the seller a chance to make the necessary repairs or gives you bargaining power in the deal.

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  • Most Common Mistakes Buyers and Sellers Make With Home Inspection

    Posted by: Eric Van Riesen |

    Most Common Mistakes Buyers and Sellers Make With Home Inspection

    A home inspection is a crucial part of a real estate transaction for both buyers and sellers. The buyer is worried that his potential home may have some defects, however, a seller is concerned about the potential for surprise costs.

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  • BYPASSING HOME INSPECTIONS TO WIN BIDDING WARS A GROWING, DANGEROUS PRACTICE

    Posted by: News Staffposted |

    Would you let your kids grow up in grow op? It seems some people are unwittingly doing just that. Home buyers in the current cut-throat market are waving home inspections as a condition of buying a home in an effort win bidding wars. Allan Spisak, chairperson of the Professional home and property inspectors of Canada says a buyer recently bought what appeared to be a beautiful, three-bedroom, two car garage home in the GTA that was once used as a marijuana grow up. “Whoever bought it probably never Would you let your kids grow up in a grow-op? It seems some people…

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