Legislation addresses licensing for home inspectors (for Colorado)

Great News! Legislation addresses licensing for home inspectors (for Colorado) One of the more important parts of the standard Real Estate Commission-approved contract used in Colorado for the sale of existing homes deals with the condition of the property. The contract works like this: The seller provides the buyer with a property condition disclosure form that provides limited information - as actually known by the seller - about various components of the property. The buyer then has the right to have the property inspected. If - based on the seller's disclosure form or inspector's report - the buyer doesn't like something about the property, he can terminate the contract. Or the buyer can

International Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection

I haven't posted the standards by which home inspectors operate their businesses. This is a very useful bit of information when understanding what is involved in a home inspection. As always, feel free to send me questions. International Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection Table of Contents 1. Definitions and Scope 2. Limitations, Exceptions & Exclusions 3. Standards of Practice 3.1. Roof 3.2. Exterior 3.3. Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace & Structure 3.4. Heating 3.5. Cooling 3.6. Plumbing 3.7. Electrical 3.8. Fireplace 3.9. Attic, Insulation & Ventilation 3.10. Doors, Windows & Interior 4. Glossary of Terms 1. Definitions and S

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