Sales can be lost due to a single fault not known to you being disclosed for the first time during a pre-purchase building inspection organised by a buyer.

To reduce the chances of losing potential buyers in this way it is a good idea to be aware of any faults that may exist in your house before listing.

It makes sense to have a reliable building inspector carry out a concise and detailed pre-sale building inspection, and present you with a professional written building inspection report showing a list of faults and advice.

This will allow you to either:

  • prepare a response,
  • get quotes from tradesmen to repair the faults, or
  • have the faults rectified; before you sell.

To make sure you know the problems before you buy, call Don now on 0414 820 773 or complete the enquiry form