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How To Read Your Radon Mitigation System’s Manometer November 3, 2020

How To Read Your Radon Mitigation System’s Manometer You scheduled a Radon Test, which showed that your new dream home has high levels of radon. Thankfully, you and your realtor were able to negotiate that the sellers install a radon mitigation system; but how can you test that your new mitigation system is even operating?

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How To Winterize Your A/C November 3, 2020

It’s easy for new homeowners to assume that because they aren’t using their A/C during the colder months means there isn’t any maintenance to be done, but that’s not true. To keep your A/C healthy for the spring, winterizing your unit is incredibly important. This month we want to ensure all new homeowners understand why

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Top 10 Questions To Ask About Your Home Insurance Policy October 8, 2020

When you purchase your dream home, there is one thing you need to finalize first before signing on the dotted line: homeowners insurance. While finding the right homeowners insurance can be tricky, it can be done. Start your search for the right home insurance policy by asking the right questions. 1. What will a standard

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Why The Rain Is Your Friend When House Hunting In Kansas City! August 31, 2020

It’s easy to picture a beautifully sunny day out showing homes to potential buyers, but rain and storms can offer huge advantages to both agents and potential buyers. The rain should never keep you inside, but rather out searching for homes that withstand harsh weather. The rain is your friend! When conducting Kansas City home

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Sell Your House Fast: 7 People You Need on Your Team August 18, 2020

So, you’ve decided to sell your home. Congratulations! Before you start playing with a mortgage calculator to see how much you can afford on your next home, you’ll want to know how to sell your current home fast. Ideally, you’re looking to list your home, generate interest quickly from potential buyers, and in a perfect

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5 Red Flags During Kansas City Home Inspections June 22, 2020

Finding the perfect home can be challenging.  Throughout the excitement we all feel when putting in an offer, we must remember to keep a close eye out for negative features or dangers that come up during a house inspection in Kansas City.  It’s important to note that not all observations that licensed home inspectors in

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Do Home Inspections In Kansas City Affect Property Value? June 16, 2020

Whether you’re buying or selling a home in Kansas City, scheduling a home inspection with a licensed home inspector is an important part of the real estate process. Recent studies have shown that 80% of millennials desire to become homeowners; and that they currently hold the largest share of homebuyers at 36%. Although these stats

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Why Referrals Are Important In Real Estate Marketing June 12, 2020

As a certified home inspector in Kansas City, we work diligently to market our business, services, specialities, and elevator pitch to as many real estate professionals as possible.  What we, and hundreds of other real estate businesses, have found is that the real estate industry is truly a “referral” business.  One of the best ways

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Top 10 Items Certified Home Inspectors In Kansas City Find May 21, 2020

Most Kansas City real estate transactions are contingent upon an acceptable home inspection, meeting the buyer’s satisfaction.  This is why, as a home buyer, finding a professional licensed home inspector in Kansas City is important to understanding both the state of the home and the better understanding of the transaction overall.  Even as a seller,

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Can You Fail A Home Inspection In Kansas City? May 18, 2020

Just like you cannot fail a physical exam when you see your doctor, a house in Kansas City cannot fail a house inspection. A house inspection in Kansas City is strictly a visual examination of a home’s overall condition in that specific snapshot in time. Your licensed home inspector in Kansas City will report “observations” when creating your home inspection report, but no matter how many “observations” a home receives from any certified home inspector, the house cannot fail a it’s inspection.

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