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Having a home inspection is an important step in the home buying process. It’s an essential step for any buyer and can cause numerous deals to fall apart if any nasty surprises are uncovered. There are some things however that can make a buyer consider a home a deal breaker from findings in a home inspection. …

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What may seem like a quick solution can sometimes lead to an even bigger problem. Skipping the permits: Permit regulations vary depending on your location, but they are often required when conducting plumbing, electrical, heating or air work to ensure a home is safe. There will be an extra cost, but it’s worth the price over …

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If you require a home inspection, contact D’avila & Associates Services, educated, licensed, an experienced NACHI certified home inspector in your area. We have composed this checklist but beware that this list describes an ideal house, but in our experience no house is perfect –not even brand new ones! Use a checklist like this to make …

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If you live in South Florida than you are probably familiar with floods and they are a reality. But how much do you really know about floods? In the past 5 years, all 50 states have experienced floods or flash floods. New land development can increase flood risk, especially if the construction changes natural runoff paths. …

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Purchasing a home is probably one of the most important investments you will ever make and if that home happens to be in South Florida there are some things that you may need to consider. 1. Home Inspection: It is important to know everything about the house you are going to eventually call home. A home inspection …

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Sometimes clients call our office and question the expiration date of their flood elevation certificate as it might seem as if the certificate is expired. If you aren’t familiar with flood elevation certificates know that if your home or business is in a high-risk area, your insurance agent will likely need an Elevation Certificate (EC) to …

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Before purchasing a home, or any piece of real estate, it is important to investigate the condition of the property. This does not simply mean walking around the property to take a look at it. In fact, most of the facts that comprise the condition of the property can’t actually be seen this way. Your …

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As a seller, having a home inspection may seem like incurring yet another cost. But it’s actually quite the opposite as having a home inspection can SAVE you money in the long run. Home inspection could likewise be your leverage in achieving a more profitable sale, and it would also ward away possible lawsuits. Risk: There are instances …

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Land surveys are needed for a number of reasons but did you know that there are different types of land surveys? Topographic Survey Topographic Surveys are used to identify and map the contours of the ground and existing features on the surface of the earth or slightly above or below the earth’s surface (i.e. trees, …

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Sometimes Insurance companies ask for a Roof Condition Certification Form Inspection. We’ll hit you with the bad news first, you as a homeowner cannot fill out the paperwork yourself. Only the roofs must be in good condition with no damage or visible signs of leak to be eligible for coverage. Additionally, all roofs, regardless of …

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