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Banks and trust departments don't always want to get involved in owning property, but sometimes they have to. Houses face foreclosure and trust clients die, forcing the bank into property management. It's sometimes difficult to value a property, particularly if the homeowner has lived there for decades and/or if there are few comparable house sales in the neighborhood. Rarely does a bank have any firsthand knowledge of maintenance or remodeling on the house.
An experienced, unbiased house inspector like Tom Morgan can help banks and trust departments get the information they need to make an accurate valuation on a property. With more than 25 years' experience, he can pinpoint the property's high points and challenges as well as make recommendations on things that need repair before the house can be resold.