Archive for October 2, 2017
You intended for it to be a simple trip downtown for some ice cream. Your new favorite store is about a 35 minute drive from your home, but the homemade ice cream is worth the time it takes to make the trip. Just as you were stepping out to cross the street to head back home, a woman in a Jeep hits the back of your parked car. You made eye contact and approached her vehicle to tell her that she needed to stop. Instead of stopping, however, she smirked at you through her window and smirked. Next, she sped up and swerved, actually hitting the side of your car and knocking you to the street. She then drove off.
The simple trip for ice cream resulted in a hit and run. After a trip to the ER where you had your bruises and cuts examined, the doctors indicated that you would be alright, but that you would b
Closing on a home should be one of the most exciting times in a home buyer’s life. Unfortunately, not every seller is willing to disclose all defects within a home. Different states throughout America will have varying closing times. For instance, the average closing time in California is about 40 days. Statistics show that 77% of home buyers have an inspection done prior to purchasing a home. Here are five hidden defects a buyer may fail to disclose.
- Roof Problems
A roof is an essential part of every home. Unfortunately, there are instances where roof damage is hard to see. A general home inspection checklist should list that the roof of a home is inspected properly. If you’re finding roof problems that were undisclosed, you may have a property law case.