“Do something today that your future self will thank you for.”
Are you planning to buy a home? Well, it is one of the best investments! But, make sure the home you purchase is worth the investment. Do you know that smart buyers always get a pre-purchase home inspection before buying one? Yeah, they do! If you want to be a smart buyer then engage a professional home inspection consultant who is a registered builder and get a detailed report to identify the condition of the property.
No matter whether you are buying or selling a property, you must request a property inspection. Yes, getting a registered builder to do a pre-purchase home inspections in Perth is crucial in the process of buying and selling.
If you are a seller, an inspection prior to sale gives you peace of mind by identifying problems early and removes the suspense of waiting to hear back from the buyer’s home inspector about potential costly repairs.
Enaging building inspections in Perth up front will not cost you more, so that you can save money which can be utilised for other things such as repairs or home improvements that you know will help sell your property.
What is a home inspection?
A home inspection is the visual examination of the structure of a property from the roof to the foundation. In short, conducting a home inspection is like having a physical check-up on a building to identify the condition of physical structure and systems of a home.
Why do I need a building inspection report?
- To identify the problems early and fix them
- If you are a seller, you can fix the problem and sell the property with good value
- You can gain specialist advice about any significant issues and how they will affect the building structure in future
- If you are a buyer, the results of a home inspection in a sales contract can allow you to request repairs, negotiate the price or you can deny the deal without forfeiting your money
What does a home inspector look for?
Home inspectors look for potential problems such as:
- Checks whether structural components are in good condition
- Inspect the exterior and interior of the building
- Examine the state of the roof and gutters and drain pipes
- Examine plumbing and electrical systems and fixtures
- Test heating and air conditioning systems
- Examine crawl space insulation
- Also examines surface water drainage and stormwater run-off
Most home inspectors need 2 – 3 days’ notice to do house inspections in Perth. We would obtain the vendor’s permission via the selling agent to conduct a home inspection as early as possible. The home inspections in Perth report, usually delivered on the day of the inspection, will help you decide whether the property is worth buying or not.