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Knowing the Different Types of Home Inspections (Popularity: )
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General home inspections are normally done when buying a home in Raleigh real estate. However, there are some cases in which some items need to be examined by a specialist. An inspector might be able to detect that something is wrong, but does not have the necessary skills to fix it. That's why you need to get a more specialized home inspection. Some of the different types of these inspections ...

Top Tips in Preparing Your Land For Construction (Popularity: )
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Every single thing these days is available on express mode. Even houses are ready for moving in. But if you have a piece of land, why not take advantage of it and create your home in it, just like they do in the old days? On the other hand, there are certain steps you have to embark on in preparing your land prior to construction. First of all, you have to ...

Home Inspections: When is exceeding the SOP going too far? (Popularity: )
http://www.inspectionarbitrationservice.com
"I exceed the Standard of Practice". Many inspectors make this statement all the time. Many put it in their brochures and on their website. But, what exactly do they mean? What measure can anyone apply, with any degree of certainty, to gauge what can be expected of an inspector who "exceeds the standard of practice"? I suppose it can mean that whatever the SOP dictates is a minimum inspection standard ...



 
 
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