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Why Hire A Home Inspector When Buying or Selling

The Importance of a Home Inspection Nearly all of today’s home purchase contracts include a home inspection contingency clause, which is a provision allowing the buyer to hire a professional home inspector to thoroughly evaluate the home for structural and mechanical defects or potential safety hazards associated with the home. When hiring a home inspector, […]

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Home Inspection: Get It Done

When buying a home, you’ll probably do a walk-through numerous times before you give an offer to the homeowner. You’ll probably also have a friend or relative do a walk-through, too, to give you an idea of what kind of shape the house is in. Those walk-throughs are not a substitute for a close examination […]

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Home Inspections: Avoiding a snaky situation

Tired from working his 135-acre homestead, Clem Weber pulled off his dirty work boots, stood them just outside the back door and settled inside for an early spring lunch. When he later slipped his right foot back into the 12-inch tall boot, he felt something squishy, something wrong. Before Weber could recoil, a 2-foot-long copperhead […]

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Roof Certification

Jabuka Home inspections roof certification is much different from other company’s doing roof certifications. Jabuka Home inspection certification consists of just not inspecting the roof. We also inspect the attic space for signs of moisture intrusion, interior ceiling for any moisture stains, soffits and fascia board for any signs of moisture. These additional areas of […]

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Sam Jabuka

Most of CREIA’s members are busy inspecting houses and apartments as part of their own businesses. Sam Jabuka, of Jabuka Home Inspections, takes it one step further. For the past ten years, Sam has been both a home inspector and a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. when asked how he became involved with Habitat, Sam […]

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What you need to know: Home inspections

If buying a home feels like falling for Prince (or Princess) Charming, the home inspection can feel like meeting the ugly stepsisters. You love the house, you can imagine living happily ever after there, but now it’s time to deal with the moldy tiles and squeaky hinges — the unpleasant in-laws that come with this […]

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ASHI Survey Reveals Home Inspections Boost Homebuyer Confidence in 88% of U.S. Adults

• 88 percent of respondents say home inspections increase their confidence about the condition of any property. • More than four in five adults think foreclosures and short sales can be good deals. • 84 percent of respondents say they would be more likely to purchase a distressed (foreclosed or short sale) property after a […]

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Warning Buyers to Have Foreclosure Home Inspected Diligently

The American Society of Home Inspectors warn buyers that having a foreclosure home inspected diligently is as important as inspecting a home where the occupant home owner is available – maybe more so. Seller is required to disclose all known significant defects. But, if a foreclosure home is owned by the bank, the bank has […]

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