5 Reasons to Get a Strata Report Before You Buy

Strata Reports

A strata report is essential for anyone purchasing a property that’s part of a larger complex. When you buy a unit, you’re becoming jointly responsible for the entire complex. A strata report should give you an accurate picture of the costs involved in owning a unit and can be significant in determining whether you should buy a particular apartment. 1. …

Why Do I Need a Pest Report?

Pest Reports

In Australia, pests are problems in around 1 in 5 homes – and if you’re in the process of purchasing a new property, obtaining a pest report should be a priority before you sign to commit to purchase. As an owner, the last thing you want to end up with is a property that’s infested with termites. Unfortunately, termite presence …

Should You Organise an Independent Building Inspection?

Building Inspections

Buying a house or a commercial property is an exciting business, particularly if you’re a first-timer. Independent building inspections are essential prior to completing any property purchase. It will cost you a small sum in comparison to your total investment, but paying for an independent building inspection could save you thousands of dollars if it identifies a costly issue with …

Building Inspections: common issues they uncover

Building Inspections

If you’re buying a new home or unit, it’s essential that you understand every aspect of your property before you buy, whether good or bad and this is where building inspections can help. Building inspections can unearth a range of problems in your new property, particularly if the building is older. Here are just a few of the problems building …

Should You Trust the Vendor’s Inspection?

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When it Comes to Building Inspections, Should You Trust the Vendor’s Inspection? You’re looking at a Sydney property that’s for sale and you’ve totally fallen in love. You contact the vendor or the real estate agent and you start to go back and forth on price. The subject of the property inspection comes up. “Oh don’t worry,” you hear. “We’ve …