Sell your property with complete confidence
There’s a lot at stake when selling up. Putting your house on the market means looking at your property objectively. What will a potential buyer see or look for in this property? They want to make a sound and high-quality investment. You want to make a good return.
Often, we are not completely in tune with what a buyer’s eye is looking for. This is why a pre-sale property inspection is helpful. You will gain an understanding of the true condition of your home and what this means for selling potential. Faults will be made apparent, which you can then go forward and fix, improving the value of your home. It is also likely that when the time comes, potential buyers will also undergo an inspection of their own.
Know exactly what you are purchasing
On the other hand, a pre-purchase inspection is as – if not more – important than a pre-sale inspection. To know exactly where you are putting your capital is great. No one likes a nasty surprise. In terms of money, time, and your property reaching its potential, with a pre-purchase property inspection, this is the first step in making the correct decision.
What can an inspection offer?
- Moisture levels; leak detection; mold and mildew
- Weather tightness
- Methamphetamine contamination testing
- Foundations; structural conditioning & fault testing
- Certified building inspection
- Insulation inspection
- Asbestos testing
- Plumbing and electrical; visual only
Our home inspections are compiled into an easy-to-read report that is both informative and useful. We understand that time is of the essence so we offer a 24-48 hour report turnaround.