Each transaction is different and particular to its property. I hope you are working with a Realtor on your side to ask him or her for clarifications, if you are the buyer, then YOU too should work with a
buyers agent who is working on behalf of the buyer to protect the buyer....
I am not 100 % sure I know what your exact question is, nor do we know whether you are the buyer or the seller in the transaction ....
Yes each home with gas anything, furnace, stove etc. does need carbon Monoxide detectors.
Buyer and buyers' agent to verify all information, yes I do not care if it is written down, or not,
when a buyer decides to buy a property, whatever information is provided by the Seller they should
check and verify, a buyer always always should have an inspection and if necessary after that
general home inspection, ask for further detailed inspections, like Radon, like Mold, like a roof
inspection by a good roofing company, have an electrician look at any problems the inspection may
have brought up, and that includes also any construction problems (sinking home, or cracks in
the foundation), problems with chimneys or fireplaces etc. etc. Better safe than sorry if you are
the buyer, if as a seller you do not want to wait to find out the problems the buyers inspector will find, have an inspection done before putting your home on the market and fix the things that
come up, the inspector will know that you want to make sure that there are no major problems that could create an bigger issue once a contract has been signed.
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Contacting the local police department is the best way to get the most accurate crime information on any city. Like most places there are good parts and not so good. I would be more than happy to assist you in your home buying process 951-310-3430.... more
Since no link is visible and addresses given, you may wish to ask your question again, so that it can be answered accordingly--in the meantime, any local agent can help you, contact any realty office(s) and inquire.... more
Sounds like you've had a disappointing experience, as Marlene says buyer representation is really important - I've attached a link to a blog post of ours that might provide a little insight. Good luck with your search... more