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Why You Should Inspect a Newly Constructed House

Contrary to popular belief, new is not always best. This is apparent in the home construction industry, where most people believe newly constructed homes are much safer than existing ones. This belief appears reasonable, but if you look at it critically, construction errors can be even more fatal than the effects of wear and tear...

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Things to Know About Exterior Home Inspection

Homeowners and buyers need to pay particular attention to the exterior of their homes. Although there's no replacement for professional home inspectors, but for homeowners needing to conduct their exterior home inspection by themselves, this article might be of help...

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7 Things to Look for in a Home Inspector

If you are preparing to buy a new home, a lot of factors have to be considered before you make that big decision. Many houses available for sale these days look very appealing on the outside. Even when you take a look at the interior, chances are you would never notice anything wrong with the building...

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How to Get The Best Out of Your Home Inspection Agency In Palm Coast

Getting the best out of your home inspector can be difficult. Most times, this difficulty doesn't necessarily exist because the inspector is inefficient. Maximizing the benefits of home inspection in Palm Coast involves the customer asking the right questions...

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5 Benefits of Home Inspection You Never Knew Existed

Do you believe home inspection is a waste of time and money? Are you one of those who think you stand nothing to gain from having your home inspected by an expert? Think again. There is more to home inspection than meets the eye.

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Common Myths and Facts about Home inspectors

Every industry has its fair share of misleading notions. The home inspection industry is no exception to this, as some home owners are led into having a couple of misinformed ideas. Some of these ideas are ludicrous and others appear to be rather sensible, but trust me, they are not. The home inspection industry has been very useful, but myths and stories like this has dampened its impact considerably.

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Top 5 Mistakes that First Time Home Buyers Make

Right now, the prospects of buying a new home in Palm Coast is looking very achievable and most people are thinking about it because of the recently favorable lending rates for mortgages, averagely low home prices and increased number of houses available for sale throughout the country. Most realtors are now aggressively selling homes to more people and the mortgage market is getting higher standards to help buyers with great financial standing acquire homes.

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What to Know About Termite Inspection for a Home Purchase

If you are a home buyer, you would most likely freak out if you find termites in a home you are considering buying. This is not unusual as termites are found everywhere in the United States and are estimated to be responsible for more than $50Bn of damages annually. This is even more than the estimated damage caused by house fires! One of reasons why termites are a big deal in Florida is because the warm temperature and the high moisture levels contribute to the perfect environment for termites to thrive. Therefore, it is important to do a termite inspection as part of a home inspection in Palm Coast before you commit to buying a home.

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Wind Mitigation Inspections and the Uniform Mitigation Verification Form

A.G.G. Home Inspections of Palm Coast offers wind mitigation inspections. This type of inspection can be very beneficial for our client’s insurance premiums. This inspection report can reduce home insurance costs as much as 50% depending on the construction characteristics of the home.

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4 Point Inspections

A.G.G. Home Inspections of Palm Coast offers four point inspections. This type of inspection is primarily required by insurance companies and their underwriters to accept or reject the risk of specific conditions and or general eligibility for coverage of a property. The 4-point inspection originated roughly 25 years ago, and most insurance companies require this verification form on homes 30 years or older.

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