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August 13, 2008


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This is an even better idea for you since you may be trying to sell your house soon.

We've only lived in our house 3 years and plan on selling next year, so I doubt there's anything major that has happened in that time. In fact, we've done quite a bit of work and there is probably LESS wrong than when we bought it. If something is found when our buyers have an inspection, we'll negotiate then.

When we sold our house earlier this year we hired an inspector and found a leaky shower pan. It was a simple fix, but if we had continued to live in the house it could have led to serious damage if undetected. That's the kind of thing an inspector can help you with.

Also, a few years ago, I hired an inspector to do a home energy audit. It was a good idea, but he was just starting to do them, so I don't think he was very knowledgeable at the time. I would imagine an experienced energy inspector could save you hundreds of dollars with their advice.

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