A building and pest inspection is a crucial step to purchasing a property. It helps inform buyers about the property’s overall condition and form the best decision out of it. However, as much as the property inspection is significant to the buyer’s decision-making process, the property inspector is as equally important to the quality of the inspection that will be done to the property. If you’re looking to get a property inspection, you must consider these important factors first when hiring an inspector. Continue reading “Need a property inspection? Consider these important factors first.”
A building and pest inspection is an important thing to consider before purchasing any property. It helps determine existing and potential problems in the house or building and give you an expert’s advice on the property’s overall condition. Also, with the inspection report on hand, you will be able to negotiate the property price with cold hard facts. The pre-purchase building inspection is indeed a very helpful tool for property buyers, but bear in mind that it also has its limitations. Here are some things not covered in your inspection: Continue reading “Things not covered in your inspection”
Making the decision to buy a home can be pretty exciting. Whether you want to get an investment property, a place closer to town, or maybe something bigger for your growing family, whatever the reason may be, it’s one of the largest and most significant purchases you can make. It’s important to think carefully about this decision. You could very well be living in it for a number of years (if not your entire life) and you have to know if it can withstand the test of time. A building and pest inspection is nothing unheard of but unfortunately a number of people choose to forgo it. Continue reading “How a Building and Pest Inspection Can Save You Money”
No one wants to let their hard earned dollars go down the drain by making a decision they will regret. Buying a house is likely to be one of the biggest purchases you make in life, so sitting down and thinking about what your ideal home would be is a crucial step.
Here are a couple of things to consider if you’re in the market for a new home: Continue reading “How Do I Find the Perfect Property for Me?”
This is why regular inspections should be conducted
Are annual inspections important? Most definitely. Our home is often our largest investment and regular inspections should be conducted to ensure maintenance items are identified and repaired and to ensure termites haven’t made your home their home. Continue reading “Are Annual Inspections Important?”
While purchasing a property is a very exciting time in ones life it can become a nightmare if the buyer does any of these three things: Continue reading “Big Mistakes Property Buyers Make”
What is mould?
Mould is a type of fungi that grows in damp conditions. Mould requires organic material (plant or animal matter) to grow, and can be found on materials such as food, wood, carpet, cloth and insulation.
Continue reading “The Dangers Mould Can Pose to Your Health”
There are three good reasons as to why all home sellers should get a building inspection prior to putting the property on the market:
Asbestos-containing material (ACM) was widely used throughout Queensland in the construction industry from around 1940 to mid 1980s. Asbestos was in some form or manner used in over 3,000 products. Continue reading “Why get an Asbestos Audit?”