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The importance of a home inspection.

April 20, 20170 Comments

The main reasons you want to get a professional home inspection. We also discuss the big issues you might want to keep an eye out for.

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How Homes Are Built Part 2

April 14, 20170 Comments

Basic construction knowledge for homes built between 1880 and 2017. Siding, insulation, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, roofing

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How Homes Are Built Part 1

April 14, 20170 Comments

Basic construction knowledge for homes built between 1880 and 2017. Lot, grading, foundation, framing and sheathing.

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How To Price a House

March 13, 20170 Comments

The House Geeks talk about the strategies and tools to help price a house properly in the Twin Cities real estate market.

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House Hunting and Open Houses

March 2, 20170 Comments

What you will need to know when starting the first time home buying process. Real estate tips about online searching and going to open houses.

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Buying a home and curious about airport noise?

January 17, 20170 Comments

Track the flight paths around the airports in the Twin Cities. http://opennoms.macnoise.com/flighttracker/

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Looking at houses in a whole new way!

December 15, 20160 Comments

Viewing a house through a thermal camera.

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Tools for Buyers and Sellers

January 13, 20160 Comments

Tools for showings or for listing preparation.

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When buying a home don’t trust the listing photos

November 11, 20140 Comments

Depending on the camera the listing photos were taken with can change the perception of the room. [coupon couponid=”1123″ coupon_align=”cctor_alignnone” name=”A+ Carpet Cleaning”]

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How to find water intrusion points in a home

June 25, 20140 Comments

Where you can look on the outside of a home and in the basement to find water intrusion points. [coupon couponid=”1013″ coupon_align=”cctor_alignnone” name=”Cregan’s Construction”]  

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