The essential business list has been updated and now includes residential and commercial real estate. This means that in addition to continuing regular practice within current health and safety guidelines, Realtors® may open their brick and mortar offices on April 1 to workers, clients, and the general public. MAR urges members to exercise extreme caution in doing so and to continue practicing remotely as much as possible. Please note that just because you CAN open your business office on April 1, does not mean that you HAVE to open and you CAN remain practicing remotely.
The revised business list also permits the opening of brick-and-mortar offices for real estate support services including those providing title searches, notarization, and recording services.
Place is the absolute BEST! Andy somehow has the gift of turning 6 hours of continuing construction education into 6 hours of enjoyable fun. Highly recommend!
I thought they did a fine job until a year and a half after moving into our home we had a duct work company come out to clean our chimneys and dryer vent only to find out that our dryer was not venting any air to the outside. All mechanical venting is supposed to be checked by a home inspector in New Hampshire, and when I checked the report, the inspector had chosen “IA” which means inaccessible. There’s no way that is an accurate assessment because all you need to do to test this is run the dryer and check the vent outside and the couple we bought the house from had a dryer hooked up when we bought they house (they left it for us to keep) and the dryer vent is easily accessible about 8 feet up just to the side of the garage; I am 5’11” and can reach it without any assistance and it can be easily reached by someone shorter with just a step stool or even standing on the stone wall next to the garage
Absolutely great. We are first time home buyers and were pretty uneasy about the home inspection part of the house buying process. Almost all of our fears were silenced due to our inspector being diligent, objective, thorough, and honorable throughout the entire process. He was on time and started right away turning on everything in the house and systematically going through each room and utility while explaining what he was looking for and doing. When we had questions for him he stopped to explain everything that we had questions about and took the time to educate us as needed. We really appreciated that. He even crawled under a 1930s barn crawl space to check the foundation and supports! Don’t expect every inspector to do this, our inspector was a solid dude and was true to his word when he said he would. After the inspection you get around a 90 page document, yes 90, and this data is extremely helpful and detailed. We heard from some that the verbiage within this document could sound “alarmist”, but in my opinion it was very objective and honest. If something isn’t up to code then they will tell you and you have to make the best decision you can with that data. I suggest pouring a nice stiff drink and reading through it slowly when you get it. We wholeheartedly recommend ABC Home Inspection, and if we ever need a home inspection again we will be going right back to them.