Too many homeowners believe spring maintenance is all about the cleaning. Sure, spring cleaning comprises a big chunk of any spring home maintenance schedule, but maintenance aimed at various structures, appliances, and systems within the home is, arguably, just as important. Get your spring checklist at:
Buying a home is the largest investment most consumers will ever
make. Before buying, you should know what condition the home is in
and what repairs might be needed. Hiring a qualified home inspector to
examine a home can help you to make an informed decision about its
condition. Some homeowners also have their place inspected so they
can get any defects fixed under their new home warranty before it runs out. For advice on finding the right home inspector check out:
Title insurance works like a standard insurance policy. It protects against future discoveries about a property, some title-related and some non-title-related. It is a form of indemnity insurance for a mortgaged property that covers the loss of an interest in a property due to discovered legal defects.
As an insurance product, title insurance doesn’t “fix” problems. It provides insurance coverage for them. In other words, the title insurer has no obligation to do anything until a problem actually arises. When a problem does arise, the insurer can pay damages or actually fix the problem.
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