Getting a new property is something that always gives excitement. In fact, even just the process of searching and browsing through choices is something that will already fire you up. Even more so when you’ve already found a prospective property that you want to own.
The next challenge would be getting that deal. Sometimes, you will have the chances all for yourself but, many times, it will be a race with other bidders. This is where things get tougher as you may not have all the time for assessing the quality of the property. And especially when you’ll be getting it for a good price, it would be hard to let the deal slip. Besides, property inspection can mean added expenses.
But will you sacrifice the need for property inspection just to make sure you win the deal?
Getting the Most Out of Property Inspections
Property inspections may seem to prolong the process of closing a deal, but it does save you from any unnecessary stress. At Bob Gunn Termite Solutions, we have provided reliable termite inspection areas and have handled several cases where homes and properties looked as perfect as they could ever be with the naked eye. But when we inspected them using high-standard equipment, all the problems with pests started to show up.
While our staff at Bob Gunn Termite Solutions will be more than willing to help with pest management, we know how disappointing this issue is, especially for owners of newly purchased properties.
This is only one part of the problem. Other unseen issues with the property are leaking ceilings, rotting or damaged floorboards, and in-wall moisture, among others.
You’d probably think, you can just have them repaired anyway if you’ve already purchased the property without having it inspected. But consider the amount of money you could have saved if you had initiated a property inspection.
Perhaps you could use the money you spent for repairs in buying a better, grandiose property. Besides the money, you will also be saving yourself from any dilemma caused by moving into or owning a property that isn’t giving you as much comfort as you thought it would.
And even if you decide to just put it up for sale, the prospective buyer will most likely be requiring a property inspection prior to purchase. Still, this means you either have to sell the property for a price lower than you acquired it, spend on the repair, or let go of hopes of being able to get a return on investment.
Bottom line is, if you don’t get a property inspection, there’s a bigger chance that you’ll be paying way more than the real value of a property.
Let us help you prevent this from happening. Contact us in Brisbane today.