Pre Purchase Report saving you thousands
Whether you are buying a new home or interested to invest in a new property, you should be fully aware of the present condition of the property before buying the property.. However, there are so many things that you will not be able to judge properly and that’s when the role of professional house inspectors comes into play.
If you are looking for someone in Melbourne, you can certainly get in touch with us! We can perform the best possible house inspection for your peace of mind, we have excellent and professional house-inspectors who are experts in assessing the actual valuation of the property.
The house inspectors from Building House Inspections Melbourne will alert you on any areas that need immediate attention and also will provide advice on the approximate valuation of the property after assessing all the defects and faults. The professionals have the know-how and knowledge of how to identify structural and non-structural defects that are evident Buyer Beware
We always follow the Victorian building authority guidelines
Quality inspection before you sign the contract lets you know the home’s condition. It also informs you of any necessary repairs. Wouldn’t you rather know the extent and cost of the repairs before you buy the home? What if the cost of repairs greatly increases the overall cost of the home? You may change your mind about buying the home with the right information.
How to Order the Pre-Purchase Inspection in Melbourne
Once you decide you want to buy the home, discuss the need for an inspection with the seller. Building inspectors typically need two to three days’ notice to complete the process and write the report. It’s important to discuss the inspection early in your negotiations. Let the seller know of your desire to get a professional opinion on the home’s condition so that they allow enough time for it.
Even if you order the inspection yourself, the seller must make the home available for viewing. It requires a little back and forth between the inspector and the seller to find a mutually agreeable time. Once the inspector views the home, he needs time to write up the report, hence the two to three-day notice and turnaround time. After receiving the report, you can decide if you still want to buy the home.
Understanding the Pre-Purchase Inspection Report
The home inspection report may have a standard format or one that’s unique to the inspector himself. There isn’t a required format, but either way, it should comply with the Australian Standard (AS 4349.1).