John Caldwell WIN Lindale


What Goes into a WIN Home Inspection?

Although it’s common practice to perform a home inspection before purchasing a home, many buyers and sellers are still unsure of what an inspection includes. READ MORE

4 Tips to Save Time and Money for Moving Season

May is the official kickoff to moving season so it’s helpful to stay organized through your transitioning process. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 1 in every 9 American moves a year. May tends to be one of the most prominent times for moves due to prime weather conditions and the school year coming to a close. READ MORE

How Should You Prepare Your Roof for the Summer Heat?

You may think with the harsh winter months over and spring showers coming to an end, the exterior of your home can finally take a much-needed break from the elements. However, summer storms and intense heat can cause damage to an unprepared roof, resulting in potentially costly repairs and internal water leaking issues. READ MORE

Three Cleaning Tips Before Your Home Inspection

The home-selling season is heating up. May through August are the four heaviest home-selling months of the year, according to the National Association of REALTORS. In fact, 40 percent of all homes are sold during those months. READ MORE

5 Important Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector

Purchasing a home can be overwhelming. Often, home buyers rely on experienced real estate agents and home inspectors to help navigate the steps. READ MORE

4 Easy Home Inspection Tips for Home Sellers

Among the number of truly life-changing events people go through, moving often produces anxiety few other experiences can inspire. In most cases, you’re packing up all of your belongings and leaving a place that’s familiar. At the same time, it’s a major financial commitment. READ MORE

5 Key Areas of After-Winter Care for Your Home’s Exterior

Spring is nearly here! With the break in cold weather, now is the perfect time to step outside and take stock of how the winter season may impacted your home and evaluate what needs possible repairs or upgrades. READ MORE

Carbon Monoxide: Steps to Keep Your Home Safe in Winter Months

Many home systems and appliances produce a level of carbon monoxide when used. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, invisible byproduct of burning fuel not completely burned during use. Everyday levels of carbon monoxide are not harmful. However, improper ventilation, misuse or malfunctions of furnaces, gas ranges, stoves and fireplaces can pose a higher risk of carbon monoxide accumulation. READ MORE

Condo Living: Get a Home Inspection Before You Buy

Condominiums can be an attractive alternative to buying a single-family home for many reasons including being part of an association that covers exterior maintenance and landscaping. READ MORE

Realtors: What You Need to Know About Home Inspections

As a real estate agent, you play a crucial role in the home buying process. Arguably one of the most important aspects of this process is the home inspection, and homebuyers will oftentimes look to their real estate agent to provide a trusted referral. READ MORE