It happens more often than you’d think. You’ve spent tons of time looking for that perfect property and you think you’ve finally found it. You’ve already signed the contract and then you discover the worst type of problem: an expensive one!
Maybe the building has damage to the ceiling that you didn’t see before. Or maybe there are significant safety hazards that should have been disclosed. If you’re an investor, these hazards will prevent you from renting the unit out, and if you’re a homeowner this could place you and your family in danger!
Luckily, a pre-purchase building inspection can help you avoid these kinds of situations. Before you sign a contract, a licensed inspector will perform a detailed inspection of the property. This professional will be able to identify defects and damage BEFORE it costs you a tremendous amount of money.
If the inspection report comes back and shows that the property is in good shape and without any major issues, then you can move forward with your purchase. If, on the other hand, the inspector identifies problems with the property then you’ll want to discuss them with the seller. If the seller is uncooperative then you may be forced to end the deal. The pre-purchase inspection report should provide plenty of evidence to show that you are not getting what you originally signed up for in your contract.
Home buyers and property investors deserve to know everything they can about the property before they go through with the purchase. If you want to be sure that you are getting the best value for your money and not investing in a bad property, you should contact Pink Inspection Services today.
At Pink Inspection Services, we have over 20 years of experience providing top-notch inspection services for our clients. Our inspectors are fully licensed and insured and trained to identify major and minor issues with properties. We pride ourselves on our fast service and high quality reports. For more information about what we can do for you, contact Pink Inspection Services today!