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What to do when something breaks after a home inspection…

By January 7, 2019April 13th, 2024Uncategorized

Imagine moving into your dream home after going through the hassle moving ends. A week into the adjustment, your water heater breaks. Who’s responsible? Obviously not you right? You just moved in! The home inspector? Well, home inspectors’ cannot predict something breaking into the future unfortunately. So who is to pay?

These cases happen all too often in the real estate industry. At the end of the chain, it ends up being the new homeowner who starts off the ownership of their new home by paying for the repair.  But with the right home inspector, you can protect yourself even after the home inspection.

A new program offered by Honor Services gives you the protection after you move into a home backed by multi-national Amtrust Financial. The best part? It’s free with your home inspection and protects you for 90 days after the home inspection or 21 days after closing.
We call it Honorable Protection even after the inspection.

Not in our area? Contact us, we will be more than happy to connect you with a professional inspector in your area.


Michelle Shishilla

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