Benefits of property inspections
To save yourself from any unwanted surprises - we'll determine if there are any structural defects, and ensure that the property conforms to the local building codes.
A qualified inspector can look beyond cosmetic renovations or repairs and give a neutral, expert opinion on conditions of the building at that time.
peace of mind
To give peace of mind that the transaction is good for the buyer, seller, lessor, lessee and agent. We'll take care of all the finer details you need to consider for your property.
Selling or Buying Property
Buying property is one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever have to make in your life, especially considering the inflation in property prices in many cities. Before you sign a contract, you need to make sure that you are buying a property that is structurally sound, has no moisture problems and that your building plans are up to date.
A buyer's inspection, also known as a pre-purchase inspection, takes place after the buyer has submitted an offer for the home and before the sale closes. After a home inspection, the buyer may be able to renegotiate their offer or request repair if certain issues arise.
An inspection of the seller's house takes place before the house is put up for sale. Some sellers choose to have the home inspected when they begin to prepare their home for sale so that they can troubleshoot issues ahead of time and save time in the closing process.
Progress, Snag, Completion Inspection.
Snag and De-snag Inspection.
Occupation or Completion Inspection.
Body Corporate inspections
Body Corporate 10 Year Maintenance, Repair and Replacement Plan.
Problem Identifying and report.
A rental inspection is usually initiated by the owner of a property. It's purpose is to identify any problems that may need servicing or repair, and to maintain the property. In most cases, a professional property inspector will inspect the rental property and note any problems that need to be resolved. They will also note any new damage to the property or goods that could breach the lessee's agreement with the owner.