Buying a home is an extremely time-consuming, stressful and hectic process. In addition to making sure you get the kind of home in a neighbourhood you like, you also need to make sure that the property title is clear and that that there are no structural faults etc. This makes the entire process confusing and expensive; especially of you are buying your first home.
Most prospective homebuyers are aware that they should get a building inspection done before committing to purchase any property; but many are also confused about the difference between a building certifier and building inspector. Let’s take a closer look at how these differ:
As you can see, there is a distinct difference between a building inspector and a building certifier. If you are either buying or selling an existing property, you would need to hire the services of a building inspector. These professionals will conduct detailed inspections and provide a comprehensive report listing all their findings. Always look for a credible and experienced professional who has handled a significant number of inspections in the past.
It’s always a good idea to ask to see a sample report to understand what you’ll be getting for the amount you pay. If you want to know more about our services Inspect It First, don’t hesitate to call us at 1300 557 047 or contact us through our contact form.
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Inspect It First Team
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