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Hazards Involved in the Real Estate Transaction

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There are several hazards involved in the real estate transaction. Most of theses hazards are covered in Chapter 19 of the Real Estate book that Agents in North Carolina must read and pass an xam on before getting their liscense. Some of these hazards include asbestos, radon, carbon monoxide, lead, and under ground storage tanks. Real Estate Agents aren't expected to be experts on thses hazards but they are expeted to have a little knowledge and know where to get help if they suspect a hazard when buying or selling a house. Most home inspection liscenses aren't responsible for finding or being an expert on real estate hazard. They also are expected to have some knowledge and know where to go for help. In this episode of the Charlotte Home Inspector Preston Sandlin talks about many of the real estate hazards that turn up during home inspection. He will also talk about the health risk involved with each real estate hazard. As usual Preston will add stories of things he has found from doing inspections in Charlotte, Waxhaw, Lake Norman, Gastona, and Concord for fourteen years. for more information go to http://www.askthecharlotteinspector.com

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