Should you get a home inspection when you are buying a home? The answer is a resounding YES! When buying a home you never know what is going on behind the walls, in the attic, condition of plumbing, electrical systems, etc. You should always have a home inspection performed by a licensed individual. I thought a fun way to illustrate this would be to show you some photos from actual inspections to show you some of the things that have been found. Most times you will not find issues like this but they sure are funny to look at!
Looks like they ran out of 2x4's. Good thing somebody was drinking!
It would almost be funny if it was from the same house as the picture above.
Apparently someone hasn't really quit smoking and felt that the electrical panel would be a good place to put out lit cigarettes.
Is that a spork, or a fork, I can't tell. Either way it definitely belongs there!
You should always have all the fuses labeled.
"Honey, while you are in the shower can you check the main electrical panel?"
1001 uses for duct tape. Would you trust it to hold up your roof?
Those would be wasp nests. Hope you don't need to get to the electrical panel in the dark!
Moving is stressful. There's no way around it. The experience I had with David as my broker made the process as smooth and hassle free as I could have hoped for. Initially, he listened to my concerns and the misguided but good intentioned advice from friends and neighbors about what price I should expect. Then he told me the truth. Based on his familiarity with the area and comps, it turned out he was absolutely right. He kept in touch, not only with me but with the broker for the condo I purchased. Everything was handled with professionalism and courtesy. It was the easiest moving experience (outside of the packing) I have ever had. I would recommend him to anybody looking for a hardworking professional that shows up on time, calls when he says he will, and ties up all the loose ends without my asking. Thanks David. Elyse F