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home inspection

Usually a professional, third-party inspection of a home prior to purchase in order to discover defects and report them to the purchaser.

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Housefax Property History Reports are currently available to home buyers, home sellers, real estate professionals, home inspectors, and all those with a vested interest in learning more about a property.
com)-- One of the largest, nationwide providers of professional liability (E&O) insurance for home inspectors announces the addition of new, important environmental and other coverages to its flagship home inspector's E&O program.
Rodger Althage, owner of RCA Home Inspections in Sudden Valley, recently completed more than 300 home inspections to earn certification by the American Society of Home Inspectors.
The province is working to introduce minimum qualifications for registered home inspectors as part of a broader consumer protection initiative.
Visit the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) or the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) web sites for additional information.
BGGN was based on a similar program that had been established in Worcester, and was a public/private partnership between participating lenders, realtors, lawyers, appraisers, home inspectors, local merchants and the city of Gardner.
He made his decision after the Government said it would need 7,500 new home inspectors to implement Home Information Packs legislation.
TEP Guarantee Home inspectors were at the construction site to examine the framing, ductwork, building envelope and other factors that would determine whether the house would meet the program's exacting standards.
The HHS credential has received such positive of Home Inspectors (ASHI) has made the decision to endorse the HHS credential to its members.
Those working as home inspectors would have until 2010 to obtain a license.
The second edition updates the material from the 2002 edition, incorporating the most current guidelines established by the American Society of Home Inspectors, the National Association of Home Inspectors, and the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors.
Though some agents fear the move - which extend HIPs to about 60% of the market - could slash the number of homes for sale, the government has been facing the fury of home inspectors desperately short of work after spending thousands on training courses - 3,500 energy assessors are qualified and raring to go.

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