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New York Times

Home Inspectors on Their Weirdest Discoveries
New York Times
When a home is sold, its many secrets can come out of the closet. Brokers, potential buyers and home inspectors step inside properties that may have been completely private for years. They peer into basements, attics and electrical panels and find a ...


Wisconsin Radio Network

Milwaukee home inspector fatally shot
Wisconsin Radio Network
A city of Milwaukee home inspector is dead, after he was fatally shot Wednesday while on the job. Police say Greg Zyszkiewicz was found in his car with the engine running, with a gunshot wound in his head. The 66-year-old was discovered by two people ...
Family, Milwaukee mourn 'dedicated civil servant' who was shot and killed on dutyMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
Sources: 5 in custody, arrested just HOURS after city housing inspector gunned down on the jobfox6now.com
Five suspects in custody in shooting death of city inspector Greg ...WTMJ-TV (press release) (registration) (blog)
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Angie's List: Finding the right home inspector - WMGT.com
41 NBC News
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Spring used reign supreme as the best time to buy or sell a home. But winter sales have been heating up lately and have ...

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Should home inspectors disclose asbestos?
Chicago Daily Herald
Q. We have an asbestos problem that involves our home inspector. Before we bought our home, we explained to our inspector that we planned to remodel the interior. Now the work has come to a screeching halt because our contractor discovered asbestos in ...


Washington Post

How to find certified home inspectors and contractors
Washington Post
We recently had a question from a homeowner in Florida who had trouble finding an inspector or contractor who could help her figure out whether there had been any structural damage to a balcony that had been hit by a falling tree. We want to address ...


Minneapolis Star Tribune

Seek Thermal CompactPRO infrared camera: a home inspector's review
Minneapolis Star Tribune
I wouldn't want to use this camera for home inspections, however, because I would be too afraid of breaking it and the operation would be too clumsy. The adjustable focus lens is also time-consuming to use; I prefer a fixed focus lens for quicker ...


Minneapolis Star Tribune

Q&A: Are Minnesota home inspectors allowed to open electrical panels?
Minneapolis Star Tribune
I've heard similar stories from numerous home inspectors here in Minnesota. There is no law that applies specifically to home inspectors in Minnesota, because home inspectors are not licensed. Thankfully, the rules can be found in the 2016 Minnesota ...


Realtor.com News

Selling Your House? Better Prepare for the Home Inspection
Realtor.com News
The home inspection is a contingency written into most offers, meaning that if the buyers aren't happy with the result, they can cancel the sale without losing their earnest money deposit, or reopen negotiations and ask for a price reduction. So it's ...


Barry Stone: Home inspector's thoroughness frustrates seller
NewsOK.com
DEAR BARRY: I have a complaint against home inspectors. My home is very well maintained, so when I listed it for sale, I had a full-price offer within a week. Everything was going great until he hired a home inspector. I thought the inspector would ...

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