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Getting your home inspected is an essential part of buying a home. As such, you'll need to find a home inspector that you ...
can count on to do the job right. Fortunately there are several ways to do this online including PillarToPost.com and Nachi.org.
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Part Nine of Ten: Finding a home inspector.
Molly McDonald: When you finally decide on a property to purchase, you'll need to hire a home inspector to be sure that everything is up to code and that you really getting your money's worth. One place you can do this is pillartopost.com.
Just enter in your zip code into this box and you'll get a list of home inspectors in that area. You can view their home inspection website to find out more information about them and get their contact information as well; nachi.org also gives you way to quickly find a home inspector anywhere. Just enter in an address or zip code and click on search. You'll see a list of available inspectors for that area and you can quickly get their phone number or send them an email to setup an appointment. Thanks for watching and don't miss the next episode in the Finding a Home with Online Tool series.
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