The guide will be used by HomeValueRecords.org as a baseline for what type of content people want in the new members' area.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
HomeValueRecords.org is launching a guide that will help people avoid having a complaint the first time they buy a home, the company announced yesterday.
“Now that we have launched the members' area of our site, we are starting to populate it with helpful information for home buyers,” a HomeValueRecords.org spokesman said. “We decided to start off with information about the most common new home buyer complaints, because we feel that is one of the most important topics we could cover. Your first home may be the biggest investment of your life, and you don't want to have a complaint about it.”
The guide will take home buyers through the basics of what leads people to have a complaint about their new home, he said.
“It's always the things that people don't think about before closing that leads to a complaint,” he said. “HomeValueRecords.org believes that by warning people about these potential problems, we can help avoid them. For example, people who buy homes in the winter often forget to have an exterminator check the home, and then get surprised in the spring when they discover they have an insect infestation.”
The guide will be used by HomeValueRecords.org as a baseline for what type of content people want in the new members' area, he said.
“Starting off with what causes a complaint seems like a logical thing for us,” he said. “But we'll have a better idea about that once we see how it is received.”
HomeValueRecords.org is a public records database that specializes in providing home and property reports to consumers in the United States. Find out information such as the market value, residential foreclosures, neighborhood amenities, previous owners, and more. Visit HomeValueRecords.org today to speak with a live representative, call 1-877-861-4838, or email Manager(at)HomeValueRecords(dot)org with any questions or concerns.