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Is It Worth Replacing Windows Before Selling a House in 2024?

Replacing windows can improve the exterior of a home, suggest a well- ...

July 11th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Selling

What To Disclose When Selling a House in Today’s Market?

Ensuring transparency throughout a real estate transaction protects p ...

July 8th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Selling

Crawl Space Issues – How They Affect Home Value

Moisture buildup, mold growth, and structural damage are results of c ...

July 8th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Buying, Home Selling

Sell Fire Damaged House – Assess Your Damage First

Around 360,000 homes annually suffer from fire damage in the United S ...

July 8th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Selling

How Much Does It Cost to Replumb a House in Today’s Market?

Persistent leaks, discolored water, and drainage problems are just so ...

July 8th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Buying, Home Selling

How Much Does Termite Inspection Cost in 2024?

Termites cause billions of dollars in property damage each year, as t ...

July 4th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Buying, Home Inspection, Home Selling

Foundation Inspection Cost – How Much It’ll Cost You

Foundation inspections are crucial, as foundational damage can compro ...

July 4th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Buying, Home Selling

Selling a House in Poor Condition in Today’s Market

Around 35% of American housing was built prior to 1970. Due to the di ...

July 4th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Selling

Selling a Flood Damaged House: Tips for a Successful Sale

Flooding affects a substantial amount of homes annually, and while so ...

July 4th, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Selling

Selling Your House with Water in the Crawl Space

According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), water damage ...

July 3rd, 2024 in — Distressed Homes, Home Buying, Home Selling