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Adair Inspection

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#1
don't you think if you could read this you'd know this...
no feet.JPG
 

Adair Inspection

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#5

Bill Warner

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#8
I can picture it now...Spread eagle...one foot in each sink, with the teabag almost touching the floor....lmfao.....!!
'Ohhh Lord!!!! I'm Blind!!!!!!
 

Bill Warner

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#11
the only real estate where the money is, for the buyer anyway........:whistle:
Yep. Shocked a client with my price to inspect 3 smaller multi-family section 8 units all built in the early 1900's. When he asked why so much, I told him "I didn't price it to gain experience on my behalf, they are priced on your behalf for using my experience and knowledge!"

Guess he didn't like that answer since I haven't heard back. :confused: :sneaky: :whistle: :eek:
 

Adair Inspection

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#13
you're either a taker or the taken
it's the american way
we're incomprehensibly backed up & over the tipping point
very sad what we're leaving our descendants
 

Bill Warner

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#14
It's amazing how many people sit in section 8 housing all day long, 24/365, just waiting for the next check to arrive. Millions upon millions....it's stunning to say the least.
Yep.
I have seen a few who are hard workers and trying to make ends meet... but the vast majority could care less about finding employment. And even more have no pride of ownership. Section 8 housing are some of the WORST properties I've inspected.
 

Bill Warner

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#15

peter russell

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#16
My girlfriend works the front desk in a busy doctors office and the patients on welfare come in screaming, make demands and threaten to complain to management with, "I'll have your job",
While the elderly, disable veterans and others who have real problems are the nicest people, they're polite, say please and thank you and always have compliments even if they're struggling with their own problems.

The anger among these people is scary.
 

Joe Keresztury

JWK Inspections
NACBI Member
#17
Looks like a restroom in a nice place based on the tile and vanity. Of course looks are deceiving.
They definitely spent some bucks on the finishout