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Construction defects in homes up to 1920

Construction defects in homes up to 1920

Are you going to buy a home whose year of construction is older than 1920? Then it's helpful to know what the most common defects are in that type of home. In this BLOG, we set this out neatly for you. WallsThe exterior walls have no cavity. The cavity wall was not...

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Cracks in your house simply explained.

Cracks in your house simply explained.

Oh my! A crack in my wall, what is going on? Don't look no further, in this blog we give you answers on the cause of the most common cracks. Also we will tell you if it's bad or not. We will explain it nice and easy, so everyone can understand. A horizontal crack in...

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The energy label when selling your home

The energy label when selling your home

Energy label mandatory When selling a home, you must ensure that your home has an energy label otherwise you risk a fine of over €400 at the time of transfer. Do I already have an energy label? Your home may already have an energy label, for example because it was...

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The structural inspection of a house

The structural inspection of a house

As a purchasing agent, in many cases we advise the buyer to have the home inspected structurally. We do this, of course, to see what the structural concerns of the home are and the cost to improve them. Not just for the short term, but especially for the future. As a...

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