Evergreen Home Inspection
ASHI Certified Home Inspector Serving Massachusetts, New Hampshire
Having a good inspection is ‘nice’, having a great inspection is what you should be looking for… read on…
- You are about to make the largest financial decision of your life. Shouldn’t you be looking for the best deal (in your price range), the right house that meets your 1 needs and wants, the best real estate advice – and just as important:
the best possible home inspection???
- A thorough, properly done inspection can save you $1000’s and sometimes tens of thousands in repair and renovation costs. Why would you choose to save $50 1 or $100 and get an inspector who is less experienced, takes less time, and is not committed to your satisfaction?
Older homes can be great – or money pits – you need to know the difference
Older – and especially antique – homes may require an inspector who has inspected several thousand of them to date – and has experience with renovations and improvements. You also want guidance on issues such as replacing older windows. Do you repair and renovate and replace (depending on the condition of the windows, either could be the right choice).
Serving home buyers and home owners, attorneys, and the real estate community Boston, Haverhill, Manchester, Lawrence, New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley & Lowell. Our services include: Buyer’s Inspection | Seller’s Inspection | Termite Inspection | Well Water Testing | Radon Testing
I just wrote the book that can save your butt when buying a home
The Ultimate Home Buyer’s Handbook
The Ultimate Home Buyer’s Handbook is different from other books on buying a home. Many of the other books are very good, but no one has written one that tells you how to look out for your own interests throughout the home-buying process – from making the decision whether to buy, where to buy, what types of areas and homes to avoid, how and when to negotiate most effectively, and how to evaluate the many concerns and problems that can make your home buying experience – if not a nightmare – a less than optimal experience. This is what the Home Buyer’s Handbook attempts to do. The chapters on mold, environmental hazards in homes, septic systems, water quality, and wells, in my opinion, are especially important – and this information is not presented in other books on buying a home. (Actually, most of the material in the Handbook IS NOT covered in other books on buying a home).
Why Inspect New Homes?
A few of the problems we have encountered with new construction (and this includes home’s being flipped’)The book that I wrote to help home buyers make the right decisions (free with an inspection).
Elle D. Burlington
Britt C Hamilton
Kelsey W Boston