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Flipping a Foreclosure Without Home Inspection
Finance / Investing Author: Champia Inspector
Flipping a Foreclosure Without Home Inspection
Buying a rental property is not the only way to make money in the real estate market today. While national statistics indicate a sharp decline in home sales and property values, people are stilling buying. Real estate is far from dead. In fact, it is not even stagnating. It is just different and, if you can adapt quickly, you can make a killing. With a modest investment, you can buy a few foreclosure properties, flip the houses, and sell them at a fair profit. This is a particularly good option for those of you with a background as a real estate agent because you know, instinctively, what people are looking for. Not sure where to get started? A home inspection should be your first step once you have found a good investment property.
 
To a lot of people, hiring an Atlanta home inspector seems like a big waste of money. They will read a few books, search the internet for informative articles, or talk to friends they believe are 'in the know'. They wholeheartedly believe that they can spot every potential problem before they buy the home of their dreams. The thing is that reading articles or asking friends a few questions cannot compare to the years of experience a good home inspector has. Home inspectors have the experience to spot hard to notice problems and know which problems the climate in your geographical area is likely to cause.

When it is done right, a home inspection can save thousands of dollars. An inspector will go through your house checking everything from the foundation to the roof deck to make sure that you are making a sound investment. A rotted section of sub-flooring in the kitchen that may have evaded your attention would never go undetected under the watchful eye of a good Atlanta home inspector. A small problem could easily become a very costly repair over the course of several years. It goes without saying that a good inspector can spot this problem and recommend a repair.

When a new toilet is installed, you have to install a vent pipe with it. If you do not, foul-smelling sewer gases may leak into your home. Every drain needs a corresponding vent. If a new vent is not added, it can also interfere with a toilet's ability to flush. Sometimes, though, a do-it-yourselfer will forego this step. While a homebuyer may miss this problem, an Atlanta home inspector can tell you that an improperly vented drain will allow sewer gases into the home. It is never a bad idea to hire an inspector. After all, an inspector will go the extra mile to ensure your family safety and health. With years of experience and specialized equipment, they will check every system to ensure safety.

A lot of people do not consider water and air quality when buying their first home. Your new home's water system could contain all manner of dangerous pollutants ranging from volatile organic compounds to lead. If the water is not properly filtered, these substances can make you and your entire family ill with every glass of water. What is worse, air-borne mold or carbon monoxide could be in every breath of air you take. A home inspector will use the latest tests to make sure your home does not contain these substances. Ultimately, hiring an inspector is the best way to get peace of mind in your new home.
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Writers Resource: An Atlanta home inspector give inspections that are objective, unbiased, visual examinations of the physical structures and systems of Atlanta GA homes, from the top of the roof to its very foundation. Get American Society of Certified Home Inspector (ASHI) certified home inspection, by an Atlanta home inspector from Champia Real Estate Inspections.
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