Home Inspection Insurance Tips

What You Need to Know About Home Inspector Insurance

Buying insurance is a highly necessary step in building your own home inspection business. Less fun than designing your company logo and less interesting than training for your home inspection license, the process is anything but exciting. Still, home inspector insurance is a vital resource you simply can’t operate without. Resist the urge to shrug off this important item off…

Legal Tips for Home Inspectors

Inspecting the physical condition of a home is a critical part of the homebuying process. Given that the sale is first and foremost a legal transaction, it makes sense that home inspectors work with an eye toward the possible legal ramifications of their actions. While the vast majority of your work will likely not result…

Worth It: Certification Beyond Home Inspection Licensing Requirement

When it comes to buying a house, there are a million regulations to follow. Whether dictated by the lender extending the mortgage, the homeowner’s insurance company, or by the state, it seems there are countless hoops to jump through before closing. Of course, the requirements differ slightly for every home that is bought or sold…

Things to Consider When Buying a Lake House

There’s something magical about life on a lake. Whether you dream of meditative fishing trips, boisterous swim sessions or parties on the dock, there’s no denying the peace and natural beauty of life on the water. Before you pull the trigger on the lake house of your dreams, though, it’s important to ground your decision…

Tips for Selling Your Home

Set the Stage Eager to sell your home as quickly as possible? According to the Real Estate Staging Association, staged homes sell 90 percent faster than unstaged properties. When your schedule for buying, selling and moving is tight, staging is indeed one of the best ways to speed up the process. Of course, not everyone…