"Thank you for this helpful information Eddie" NF, Riyadh Saudi Arabia
"This is the third property you have inspected for me, to easy, would recommend you to my friends without hesitation. P.S. My solicitor commented on your report layout." C & BG, Lillyvale
Thanks Eddie, I really appreciate your fast response to this. It has been such a better service than the prat we have had to deal with so far. Ill let you know if I have any questions. AT, Rapid Creek NT
"Your professionalism throughout this transaction is appreciated" BZ, Melbourne
"Many Thanks Eddie for your EXTREMELY fast service. "
"Thank you for your effort to write up this building report so promptly.
It is a great help. Appreciate this because it is so necessary to be able to understand the finer details and to make an educated decision about the proposed purchase."
EF , Wollondibby
"Thank you for a most comprehensive Building Report, which we have received. The report has given us much comfort going forward in our purchase of the unit and has also given us valuable insights concerning repairs and maintenance matters we will raise with the Body Corporate. Thanks again and kind regards, "
G & A G , Kalkite
"Thank you for all your efforts with this report and all the photos. We will use the report as a guide to caring for that property (in conjunction with making sure we get well qualified tradesmen to do any specialised work)." PR, Sydney
Pre-Sale Building Inspection
Pre-sale Building Inspection
As the name implies a pre-sale inspection is carried out before the sale of the property and is requested by the vendor (seller). This inspection is also carried out to Australian Standard AS4349.1 and AS4349.0.
Why do I need one?
There are three good reasons why you should get a pre-sale building inspection report done before you sell a property:
so you will know in advance what the problems are enabling you to rectify them before the sale of the property, thus presenting your property in its best light.
so you can eliminate the need to negotiate selling price due to building deficiencies that may be discovered by the purchasers inspector (most purchasers will have their own inspection carried out before settlement of the contract)
so you can ensure a prompt exchange of contract and settlement on the property for the price you have asked for.