There are many steps involved in buying and selling a home, from finding an agent, styling your property, and everything in between. On top of everything else, you might be wondering, do you really need to bother with a building and pest inspection? Some may say it’s one of those things you can skip over, but it’s important to get it checked off your list. It’s not just for buyers, but investors too. Building and pest inspections should be held on a regular basis to check for things that are not seen to the naked eye.

Some items the inspection will assists with includes:

Saving money
Although it may seem like an irritating expense, it can save you money in the long run. Inspections can act as a preventative measure, confirming the quality of the property and identifying problems before they get worse and become a costly issue to rectify. By ensuring your building is in good condition means that it gives potential buyers or investors the confidence that the building has been well looked after.

Avoiding Termites
Did you know that termites have caused more damage to Australian homes than natural disasters? Termite damage may not be easily visible as they work from the inside out, but this doesn’t mean they can’t cause damage. This is why an inspection is so important. Termite damage can not only cause structural damage to a home, but can be costly to repair. A building inspection can determine any damage to the property and ensure you’re taking the best steps moving forward.

Peace of Mind
By organising an inspection, you have a thorough report to understand the condition of your property. With this inspection, you will be less stressed regarding the quality of your home, getting peace of mind knowing your property will be by your side for years.

If you’re considering buying or selling, get in touch with our team and we’ll help you on your property journey.

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