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Richard
Oct 20, 2022
In General Discussion
As a landlord, you’ll need to decide when it makes sense to do rental inspections for your property. Landlords should definitely do both move-in and move-out inspections. This helps to verify the before-and-after conditions of the property so that you can deduct funds for any excess repairs needed from the security deposit. Beyond that, however, it can be hard to know how often to do inspections. Here are some general guidelines to follow: · Do at least one mid-term inspection · For new yearly tenants, try to do an inspection three to four months after move-in · Do necessary safety inspections as frequently as needed (i.e., if you have a pest problem in one unit, doing pest inspections in them all is a good idea)
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Richard
Oct 20, 2022
In General Discussion
A home inspector should take several hours to complete a detailed walk-through of the home you’re looking to buy. During that time, the inspector will take notes and pictures and, if you’re tagging along, comment on what they see. Most importantly, the inspector will provide an objective opinion on the home’s condition, detached from the emotional rollercoaster you’ve been on during the home buying process.
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