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Logan, Gold Coast & Tweed Coast

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Pre-sale Inspections

The importance of a Pre-Sale Inspection. If you think a Pre-Sale Inspection is not worth it, then you’re sadly mistaken. You might be able to skim through, but most times you can loose a sale if issues arise.

These issues or conducive conditions could either be fixed or dealt with extremely easily, prior to a purchaser deciding to buy your home.

A seller wants to sell for the highest possible price and a purchaser wants to buy for the cheapest possible price and somewhere in the middle you need to meet and a Pre-Sale Inspection can help achieve this. A Pre-Sale Inspection gives you the advantage to be in the best position to sell your home quickly.

When a buyer gets a Building & Pest Inspection done, the inspector they hire has to report on what they are seeing. No matter how minor or major the issue or issues, the inspector has to report his/her findings, in conjunction with the Australian Standard.

It has been known for sales to fall through on simple things such as, a renewal cost or a preventive measure cost or conducive conditions around the property. The hold up is in the negotiating of price.

One of the major things when it comes to a Termite Report is high moisture. Anything that tracks into the Red on the moisture meter has to be recommended as an invasive inspection due to the Australian standard. This waiting time for approval can hold up the sale, give the buyer cold feet and potentially loose a sale.

A Timber Pest Report is not always about Termites. It’s about susceptible conditions around the property such as, leaking pipes or wood decay, which can be a simple fix if you had a Pre-Sale Inspection done first.

A Pre-Sale Inspection gives you time to address and correct any issues or concerns that arise; before you have a buyer on the line. By fixing issues or conducive conditions around your property prior to a buyers Inspector coming, means , they’ll only report on what they are seeing, AFTER your Pre-Sale Inspection and corrections.

Basically a Pre-Sale Inspection gives you the opportunity to address and fix any issues and clear up conducive conditions around your property; so when the buyers inspector comes, they will have less to comment on. A Timber Pest Inspection is only what the inspector is visually seeing on the day.

We want your House Sale and new adventure to begin as soon as possible, with no stress! If you’re looking to sell your home ASAP then call us for your Pre-Sale Inspection, we’ll get you sorted.

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