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After you’ve made an offer on a home, you’ll need to schedule an inspection, which costs around $500 – $800, depending on the market. The inspector will go through every nook and cranny, and review things like the plumbing, electrical, foundation, walls, heating, and appliances. Richard McClintock, un profesor de Latin de la Universidad de Hampden-Sydney en Virginia, encontró una de las palabras más oscuras de la lengua del latín, “consecteur”, en un pasaje de Lorem Ipsum, y al seguir leyendo distintos textos del latín, descubrió la fuente indudable.

Money saving tip: Get advice from your realtor on a good inspector. If they find something wrong, you can negotiate for a reduced price. If they miss something, you could be stuck with expensive repairs after you’ve purchased the home.

El trozo de texto estándar de Lorem Ipsum usado desde el año 1500 es reproducido debajo para aquellos interesados. Las secciones 1.10.32 y 1.10.33 de “de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum” por Cicero son también reproducidas en su forma original exacta, acompañadas por versiones en Inglés de la traducción realizada en 1914 por H. Rackham.

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