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Replacing the sill plate on a house can sound like an impossible job. The sill plate is basically the buffer between the bottom of your walls and the top of your basement or foundation. It’s treated wood, and it’s anchored to the cement below. Sometimes these need to be replaced. But do you want to put jacks under your home and lift it up all on your own? It can be done.
Questions are the fuel to our communications here at AmeriFirst. We love them. It allows to help hopeful home buyers better understand the process. One person's question is very likely the same question for many others. In other words, you're never alone in your questions about the home buying process. This question came from a reader, so we thought we'd share the answer.
Home appraisals can be one of those things home buyers get tripped up about during the buying process. In fact, we've talked about home appraisals and why they're needed before. The fact is, they're good for buyers, sellers and everyone involved. But they can also be frustrating when an appraisal comes back with required repairs.