Rates and services included in a building inspection service.
Are you moving to a new home? Do you need a bigger space for your growing family? The quest for a new home does not end when you find the house of your dreams. There are still many things to do before you sign the contract.
Moving into a new home is not an overnight process. There are still things to take care of. There is the paint job, the roof and ceiling, the wallpapers, and the landscaping.
Assessing what needs to be done in an existing home needs an expert’s eye and discernment. An inexperienced eye may miss something important that requires attention or repair.
A simple oversight can make your new home less comfortable and more costly, no matter how much you have prepared. Imagine missing a leaking roof or a pest infestation.
That is where building inspection done by an expert comes in. A building inspection is vital for both buyer and seller. It is a wise decision to have your home inspected before you put it up for sale. This way, you can be sure that your home is in the best shape when potential buyers start inspecting the property.
What is a Building Inspection?
A building inspection is an inspection performed by an expert before finalising and signing a property sale. After a thorough inspection, the inspector provides a report with that details the condition of the property.
It is an integral part of any real estate investment. You do not want to spend money for your Sydney home, then spend thousands more on its repairs.
The same applies if you’re selling your home. You can maximise the selling price if you are confident that your property is damage-free and pest-free.
A comprehensive pre-purchase or pre-listing building inspection report will give you the following detailed information:
- Major defects, such as structural issues that can further affect the integrity of the property.
- Minor defects, which include aesthetic issues and items that need more attention and maintenance.
- Presence of health and safety hazards such as asbestos.
- Presence of pests in the home.
- Photographs of identified defects.
Knowing these details allows you to better prepare for additional expenses and make a sound decision.
How much will a Building Inspection cost?
There is no flat rate for a building inspection. It will largely depend on the size of your property and the additional services that you want to get.
At Vital Building Inspections Sydney, we know that purchasing a property is a big commitment. We want sellers and buyers to be able to undergo this vital step, so we have made it more affordable for you.
A pre-purchase building inspection of a concrete Sydney home will cost around $399, tax included. The inspection will consist of the following:
- Interior Inspection
- Roof Space Inspection
- Exterior Inspection
- Roof Exterior Inspection
- Site and Fences Inspection
- Pest Inspection
Other inspections that we provide include:
- Asbestos Inspection
- Moisture Detection Inspection
- Microbial/Mould Inspection
- Dilapidation Report
- Building Inspection (Construction in Progress)
- Building Inspection (Pre-Construction Handover)
- Pre-Purchase Building and Pest Inspection of Apartment Units
- Rental Property Inspection
The $399 investment you make will give you significant returns and peace of mind. Damage that is left unfixed can cost you thousands of dollars, your time, and your comfort.
Benefits of a Comprehensive Building Inspection
Whether you are buying or selling, there are many reasons why you should hire an inspector to inspect your home. A pre-listing building inspection is for properties that you are planning to sell. A pre-purchase building inspection is for a property that you want to buy.
Why you should do a Pre-Listing Building Inspection
Before you list your property, make sure that it is habitable and comfortable. You cannot sell at a good price if your property’s integrity is compromised.
Here are other reasons why you should invest in a pre-listing building inspection:
- It ensures you have full disclosure before the sale is finalised.
- It gives you confidence in the condition of your home.
- It reduces the risks of unwanted surprises that can postpone the sale.
- It puts you ahead – any interested buyer will also do their inspection of your property.
- It increases the chances of a better and quicker sale.
- It increases the value of your property since your house will look better to potential buyers.
- It prepares you ready for any negotiations with the buyer.
Why you should do a Pre-Purchase Building Inspection
A pre-purchase building inspection is a must before you sign a contract for your new home or property acquisition. It is a wise investment that will help you make an informed decision.
Investing in a pre-purchase building inspection can help you save thousands of dollars in repairs and replacement. It allows you to negotiate for a lower price with the seller, based on any problems found during the inspection.
It informs you of what needs to be repaired and how to prevent the recurrence of any existing problems. You can also prepare for any required regular maintenance, should you continue with the purchase.
A pre-purchase building inspection can make your move smoother and more enjoyable. You do not want to spend your first night in your new home with a leaky roof, broken floors, or unwanted pests.
Call Vital Building and Pest Inspections now!
Are you planning on buying a new home or property in Sydney? Are you selling your old home to move to a new one? We at Vital Building Inspections Sydney know that buying or selling a real estate property is a big and serious commitment. It can be stressful if it is not managed properly.
We can help make that sale a smoother and more exciting experience for you. Our building experts come with years of experience in inspecting all building types. We can identify all existing defects and even potential problem areas. We do a thorough and comprehensive check of your property which covers all areas. We present our report in an easy-to-read format that you will fully understand.
Call us on 0401 012 074 for enquiries.