Pre purchase Home Inspection Currambine
Perth and Regional Building Inspections
Perth and Regional Building Inspections
Perth and Regional Building Inspections
Perth and Regional Building Inspections
2021/11/01
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Pre purchase Home Inspection Currambine

Get an easy to understand and thorough Currambine pre purchase inspection report

I am guessing that time is of the essence if you have arrived here. You may have made an offer already on a property in Currambine and you are looking for a local knowledgeable building inspector to provide a report within the next few days.

What We Cover in a Pre Purchase Home Inspection Report

Pre Purchase Building Inspection Currambine include:

  • Roofing, internal and external
  • Roof frame
  • Walls, internal and external
  • Under floor
  • Doors and frames, internal and external
  • Windows and frames, internal and external
  • Guttering and down pipes
  • Retaining walls
  • Patios, balconies and stairs
  • Pools, pergolas and paving
  • Fences and out buildings
  • Plumbing/electrical Overview
  • Maintenance issues
  • Building defects not of a structural nature
  • Cabinets

Structural Reports

  • Roofing, internal and external
  • Roof frame
  • Walls, internal and external
  • Under floor
  • Doors and frames, internal and external
  • Windows and frames, internal and external
  • Guttering and down pipes
  • Retaining walls
  • Patios, balconies and stairs
  • Pools, pergolas and paving
  • Fences and out buildings

Report available within 24 hours of site attendance

Pre Purchase specialist Termite Report

  • Fully licenced Termite Inspection operator experienced
  • Termite Inspection arranged to coincide with Building Inspection

Why do I need a building inspection report?

Benefits of getting a building inspection report done before buying a property are:

  • Knowing in advance what the problems are
  • Using the information to negotiate a lower price for the property ie. you may have to pay to repair some of the problems
  • Gaining specialist advice about any major problems and how they will affect the property over time.

Ordering a report

Most consultants need a minimum of 2–3 days notice to do a building inspection. You should get the vendor’s permission to have the property inspected as early in the sale negotiations as possible.

This will help you decide if the property is worth buying. There may be little point in spending money on conveyancing until you know the condition of the property.

Inspections done during the cooling-off period

When you buy a property in WA, there is a five business day cooling–off period after you have exchanged contracts.

During this period, you may get out of sale as long as you give written notice. The cooling–off period starts as soon as you exchange and ends at 5pm on the fifth business day.

A cooling–off period does not apply if you buy a property at auction or exchange contracts on the same day as the auction after it is passed in. Always check with your solicitor or licensed conveyancer that you have a cooling-off period, and have the process explained to you.

To get a building inspection done during the cooling–off period, give the consultant as much notice as possible. They will have to do the inspection, prepare the report and still give you time to decide and potentially withdraw from the contract. If you withdraw, you forfeit 0.25 percent of the purchase price.

Local Currambine companies that we work with

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