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Are you selling your home?

When It Comes time to RESELL your home don’t forget make it a “CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED HOME”   A-Pro’s EXCLUSIVE SELLER’S PROTECTION   WE SAFEGUARD SELLERS FOR 120 DAYS WITH OUR UNPRECEDENTED “CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED HOME PROGRAM”   Today, home inspections are conducted in the interests of the buyer alone.  But A-Pro has changed all that with […]

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A FREE Home Radon Test

A FREE Home Radon Test for The Entire Realtor Community.     Dear All Agents:   As a real estate agent, you probably recommend radon testing to your clients.   But have you ever had your own home tested?   Dennie Edwards — a real estate agent of 31 years — never did.   That […]

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10 Things Home Sellers Should Do to Prepare for Home Inspection

From The Home Inspector         A home inspection can be a stressful time for home sellers. Most people are proud of their house, and don’t want someone pointing out imperfections in the home they love.   In addition to being stressful for the seller, a home inspection can also be a hindrance […]

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Structural Home Inspection Checlist

Wall/ Ceiling Surface Cracks: Don’t be surprised if you notice minor movement of cracks owing to normal settling and shrinkage.  But if your monitoring turns up dramatic movement, be alerted that repair may be in order. Wood Framing: Insect infestation and rot are the two archenemies of your basement’s exposed wooden structural components. You can […]

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home Inspection vs. Appraisal

Sometimes buyers ignore the need for a home inspection because they don’t understand the purpose. Inspectors are confused with appraisers. The latter confirms the home’s market value to the lender but it offers consumers no protection in terms of the overall condition of the home. Buyers shouldn’t let anyone convince them that they don’t need […]

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Home Buying 101 – Get a Home Inspection

When your offer to purchase has been accepted, you usually have a period of time, as outlined in the purchase and sales agreement to complete the home inspection process. This is generally 7-10 days. If the findings  demonstrate repairs are necessary or desired you have then you notify the seller of any unsatisfactory results. There […]

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Vacuum Your Refrigerator Coils Regularly

It’s important to clean the coils on your refrigerator a couple times each year. This will help your refrigerator from overrunning. It will also help it use less electricity, be more efficient, and will help contribute to its longevity. Refrigerators have a compressor that forces a cooling substance called -refrigerant through the coils. Evaporator coils […]

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Why have a foreclosure home Inspection?

Why was the home foreclosed in the first place? Did the home have hidden defects or flaws that weren’t discovered until after purchase? At A-Pro, we think so,  Greg Mangiaracina, President of A-Pro Home Inspection Service “those that did not undertake an inspection before purchase would be the first in the foreclosure line,” He went […]

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