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Bob Abner
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4. Home inspectors work for the party who is paying the fee. The NAHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics clearly state that members act as an unbiased third party to the real estate transaction and “will discharge the Inspector’s duties with…
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3. Home inspection reports include only the basics. A home inspector considers hundreds of items during an average inspection. The home inspection should include the home’s exterior, steps, porches, decks, chimneys, roof, windows, and doors. Inside, they…
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2. Home inspections are intended to point out adverse conditions, not cosmetic flaws. You should attend the inspection and follow the inspector throughout the inspection so you can learn what’s important and what’s not. No house is perfect and an…
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If you’re hiring someone to inspect the home you want to buy, or you’re a seller trying to find out if there are any hidden problems that need fixing before you put your home on the market, here are five things you need to know: 1. You can choose your…
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We all, at some point or another, get our feet firmly on the property ladder, and while some do it while they are young, others wait until they reach middle age before making the commitment to buy rather than rent. Once you own your home, there will…
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 • Get an agent you trust. “It is imperative to select a Realtor who understands you, one that you respect and with whom you feel comfortable sharing your thoughts and concerns. Without a level of trust the client will not experience the full benefits of…
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 • Get a well-respected agent. Other agents make deals with agents they respect, trust and with whom they enjoy working. Bob Abner has been a top producing, full time, Realtor for 30 years and is an expert in the Northern Kentucky real estate market. …
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 • Get an agent with a licensed right hand man or woman. You’ll often need someone to talk to when your agent isn’t available. The assistant should have knowledge of the pertinent facts related to your transaction. “A full time agent has more than one…
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 • Get a team player. A real estate agent with a network of professionals at his disposal can take the screws out of finding a good handyman, insurance agent, mortgage broker, home inspector or a variety of other home buying and owning professionals you…
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 • Get a tech-savvy agent. Most home transactions today begin on the Internet. All eventually get a technology assist. “In this day and age, people expect information the moment that it becomes available. Imagine, for instance, that your dream home comes…
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