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Solar panels have increasingly become more and more popular these days. We are becoming more “pro-environment” than ever before; and the installation of solar panels on our homes is a great way to show that support. There are many benefits of installing solar panels on your home, including that they provide a reliable source of energy, they potentially lower your energy bills, and they reduce your carbon footprint. But when it comes to buying or selling a home, solar panels can be problematic if the parties aren’t familiar with the process of transferring them.
CONTRIBUTED BY OUR PARTNERS AT RGS TITLE INSURANCE One of the questions frequently asked when buying a home is “do I really need to have a survey done?” More and more, lenders are not requiring a survey as a loan requirement and the prospect of saving a few hundred dollars is appealing to most buyers.
Our Market Ready Guide provides strategic advice and useful tips to get top dollar for your house when the time comes to sell.
One of the questions frequently asked when buying a home is “do I really need to have a survey done?” Join Helen Dankos from RGS Title Group as she explains why a land survey is important to you.