The fastest return on your real estate investment… It is often said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That is particularly true when buying a house. Even though most houses in California are sold “as-is”, we feel that a buyer still deserves to know what condition the house is in,… Read more »
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Older Air Conditioners will soon be obsolete if they use this outdated refrigerant. Find out what your options are with these older systems.
California SB 422 – Pool Safety Act
As if selling real estate didn’t have enough liability, it has now become part of a home inspection to check certain safety features of a pool no matter what. If your home inspector is not certified, insured, or accustomed to inspecting swimming pools it could transfer extra liability onto the Realtors and sellers if someone becomes injured or drowns.
By having a house inspected prior to putting it on the market, a seller will find out how his house looks to a buyer’s inspector. The seller can lean about defects about which even the most meticulous homeowner may be unaware.
Escrow can be cancelled for many reasons. The most common is a low appraisal. But repair items and sellers may be problematic. Find out how our Cancelled Escrow Protection covers you.
Reduce your liability as a landlord. If you are buying rental properties be sure to maintain a safe environment for your tenants. Read and follow your home inspector’s recommendations.
Due to the large volume of sales in San Diego, The San Diego Real Estate Inspection Company has added yet another home inspector.