The Home Book: A Complete Guide to Homeowner and Homebuilder Responsibilities - Review

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
As I closed my checkbook in the title office after writing the check to buy my first home, the first thing I learned was - "You'll never close your checkbook again." Having a home is a wonderful thing, but it comes with all kinds of responsibilities and expenses. The Home Book, written by David MacLellan, George Wolfson, and Douglas Hansen, is a wonderful resource for those who just moved into a new home or completed a major remodel. It's also useful as a manual accompanying a builder's warranty or to prepare a homeowner for a successful walk-through. The Home Book also helps identify essential tasks for the new homeowner. It helps you get the most for your money.
Divided into nine chapters, The Home Book details problems you might encounter and the general performance guidelines within the industry, as well as explains the responsibilities of the home builder and the homeowner. It also includes a glossary of home builder construction terms, a summary of homeowner maintenance requirements, plus a helpful list of contractor regulation and oversight agencies. If you're buying a new home, building a new home, or doing major renovations, you need this book in your library. It's written in very straightforward language and extremely helpful.
Pick up your copy of The Home Book HERE.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.