Dec 11 2017

Dated: 12/11/2017

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A home inspection is important in avoiding complications during your sale. The seller will get an inspection, but discovering problems during a pre-sale home inspection allows you to have more control over how to handle them. If your home inspection does uncover problems with your home, it’s essential that you familiarize yourself with your state’s disclosure laws to avoid future litigation. These laws vary from state to state, but they generally require you to disclose, either verbally or in writing, the presence of any hazardous materials in your home or significant flaws in construction. If you’re unsure of what you have to disclose, consult Barbara your real estate agent, an attorney or your local housing authority.

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Kat Pratt

I believe in the highest level of integrity, commitment, due diligence, and problem-solving in every detail of your real estate transaction. I am family oriented and understand what it means to be a h....

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