Wed

28

Nov

2012

Why Buyers Need A Home Warranty

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments that most people will make in their entire lives. With a home being such a major investment it should be obvious why buyers need a home warranty. A home warranty is a way for a home buyer to protect themselves from unforeseeable problems with the home they are purchasing. The truth is that no matter how careful you are when choosing which home to buy, there is always a chance that there will be a major problem that you couldn't have known was there before you bought the home. What happens if the air conditioner suddenly breaks down? What do you do if you have a major plumbing problem? These questions illustrate exactly why buyers need a home warranty.
Shopping for a home can be a fun and exciting experience; you are essentially choosing a place of your own that will be living in for at least several years in most cases. Once you have chosen a home that you love, it's important that you do whatever you can to protect your investment. The first step in doing so is to hire a third party to perform a home inspection. While a home inspection will not tell you everything, it will give you a great deal of insight as to the condition of your home. While a home inspection is a great start, the fact that it is not a guaranty should tell you why buyers need a home warranty. You don't want to spend time in your new home worrying about how you can afford an expensive repair if something breaks. You want to enjoy your home and live as worry free as possible. More than anything else a home warranty provides you with peace of mind. While there is a good chance that you won't ever need to take advantage of the coverage that your home warranty provides, the small chance that you will makes it something that you cannot afford to not have. When you stop to compare the cost of a home warranty to the cost of a new air conditioner, or the cost of hiring a plumber, the home warranty suddenly becomes a much more affordable option.
The risk of having a major problem in your home is the perfect reason why buyers need a home warranty. Life is challenging enough without having to figure out how to pay for a major expense that you didn't see coming. You don't want to have to find a way to pay for a new air conditioner when it's the middle of July. You don't want to have to pay for a plumber to come out when a main pipe suddenly breaks. Most importantly of all you don't want to live with the constant uncertainty of what you would do if something were to break in your home and you couldn't afford the repair bill. Buying a home is a major investment that you must protect buy purchasing a home warranty.

 

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Mon

19

Nov

2012

Welcome

Welcome to my new blog! I created this in order to assist new homeowners who have just secured their first house. Moving is already a hassle, and knowing what to do once you move into your first house can be overwhelming if you aren't familiar with the process. That is why I will be posting suggestions for steps to take once you move in your new house. Being someone who has moved around the country from place to place, I am very familiar with this concept. I hope many of you find this useful, and I wish everyone the best! 

3 Comments

Wed

28

Nov

2012

Why Buyers Need A Home Warranty

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments that most people will make in their entire lives. With a home being such a major investment it should be obvious why buyers need a home warranty. A home warranty is a way for a home buyer to protect themselves from unforeseeable problems with the home they are purchasing. The truth is that no matter how careful you are when choosing which home to buy, there is always a chance that there will be a major problem that you couldn't have known was there before you bought the home. What happens if the air conditioner suddenly breaks down? What do you do if you have a major plumbing problem? These questions illustrate exactly why buyers need a home warranty.
Shopping for a home can be a fun and exciting experience; you are essentially choosing a place of your own that will be living in for at least several years in most cases. Once you have chosen a home that you love, it's important that you do whatever you can to protect your investment. The first step in doing so is to hire a third party to perform a home inspection. While a home inspection will not tell you everything, it will give you a great deal of insight as to the condition of your home. While a home inspection is a great start, the fact that it is not a guaranty should tell you why buyers need a home warranty. You don't want to spend time in your new home worrying about how you can afford an expensive repair if something breaks. You want to enjoy your home and live as worry free as possible. More than anything else a home warranty provides you with peace of mind. While there is a good chance that you won't ever need to take advantage of the coverage that your home warranty provides, the small chance that you will makes it something that you cannot afford to not have. When you stop to compare the cost of a home warranty to the cost of a new air conditioner, or the cost of hiring a plumber, the home warranty suddenly becomes a much more affordable option.
The risk of having a major problem in your home is the perfect reason why buyers need a home warranty. Life is challenging enough without having to figure out how to pay for a major expense that you didn't see coming. You don't want to have to find a way to pay for a new air conditioner when it's the middle of July. You don't want to have to pay for a plumber to come out when a main pipe suddenly breaks. Most importantly of all you don't want to live with the constant uncertainty of what you would do if something were to break in your home and you couldn't afford the repair bill. Buying a home is a major investment that you must protect buy purchasing a home warranty.

 

3 Comments

Mon

19

Nov

2012

Welcome

Welcome to my new blog! I created this in order to assist new homeowners who have just secured their first house. Moving is already a hassle, and knowing what to do once you move into your first house can be overwhelming if you aren't familiar with the process. That is why I will be posting suggestions for steps to take once you move in your new house. Being someone who has moved around the country from place to place, I am very familiar with this concept. I hope many of you find this useful, and I wish everyone the best! 

3 Comments