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Building Inspector of America

14 Executive Park Ct
Germantown, MD 20874 301-916-0300

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Price about 10% higher than other quotes. - Sep 08, 2017

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Hinson and Jung

Germantown, MD 20874 301-351-1113

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We paid $600 for a home inspection before closing on our new house. We were... - Jul 31, 2015

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Camelot Home Inspections

13472 Ansel Ter
Germantown, MD 20874 855-265-6949

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JMC Real Estate Appraisal Services

13017 Wisteria Dr # 268
Germantown, MD 20874 301-556-4132

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Kemp Home Inspections LLC

13017 Wisteria Dr Pmb 410
Germantown, MD 20874 301-191-6030

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This is the note that I wrote to Greg, which describes how useful I think his... - Mar 31, 2016

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Pivotal Home Inspections

16501 Black Rock Rd
Germantown, MD 20874 301-330-6552

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He appeared not to have a lot of experience as he referred everything out to... - Nov 22, 2017

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ServiceMaster

19566 Amaranth Dr
Germantown, MD 20874 301-972-9100

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Stephanie Bowman Home Inspections

13714 Creola Ct
Germantown, MD 20874 301-233-8578

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