Have you ever visited an old home and noticed some downstairs rooms have a damp smell or stains on the walls?
It’s mostly common knowledge now that once you find a Sydney home you’re thinking of buying, the next step is to get a building and pest inspection. But what happens next?
When a building and pest inspector looks at the subfloor of a home it’s like lines on a face – it can tell us so much about a home.
Know the building report lingo – know your building
We put together our building and pest inspection reports in a way that’s easy to understand. But sometimes people want a little more context on the terminology inspectors use. Continue reading “Translating Building & Pest Inspection Reports”
Recently, local newspaper the Newcastle Herald listed legal tips for purchasing a property at auction. Coming in at Number 3 (of 8) on their list was the advice to organise a pre-purchase building and pest inspection.
Although the property market is slowing in Perth, Re/MAX managing director Geoff Baldwin predicts the Perth market will regain lost ground with a 7 to 10 per cent price lift by the end of the financial year.
Read five great reasons as to why you should have a Building Inspection BEFORE you purchase a home in Perth North:
It is very important that your building and structural inspection is carried out by a registered building professional. Someone with up-to-date qualifications and experience. A registered builder is familiar with all areas of construction and will ensure your home complies with current Australian Building Standards and Codes.
There are 3 key points to consider when buying a home: