992. It will also help you to make sure that you are not caught off guard by extreme and unexpected repairs. Not only does it help to patch the holes that you may have in your home insurance, but it also makes sure that you have peace of mind should major repairs come up. You know that you are going to be able to get a good contractor that will give you great service. If you get less than expected, you will have a way to get your complaints addressed. Your problems are solved. Don’t hesitate to invest in a good home warranty protection. You will be very glad you did the moment that you need it. Short sale homes and bank owned homes will usually not shell out for the buyer to have a home warranty in place and in these occurrences it may be wise to have a home warranty. One thing to remember is that home warranty plans normally do not cover pre existing conditions so knowing that you have an air conditioning unit, that does not function is not a cause to buy the warranty. Since these homes have been possessed in general by people who are at risk of losing the home and possibly lived in the home for many months knowing they were losing the home tend not to take much care of the property.
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