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More than Pre-Purchase: Inspection Services after You Buy

Own a property? We’ll take you through scenarios where building inspectors can simplify the home ownership process and protect your investment.

While pre-purchase building inspections in Adelaide are certainly one of
the most popular inspection services, there are many others that can help home
owners throughout the life of their ownership. Below, we’ve collated some
scenarios where an inspection could make your life easier and protect one of
your biggest investments.

When you’re renting
out an investment property

Renting out your property is a great way to make the most of
your investment, but it can also be a time consuming and stressful process. As
a landlord, you want to be sure that your tenants are properly looking after
the building; you also need to ensure you’re providing a safe space for the

Getting rental inspections performed by a professional team
removes the hassle for the landlord who may not have the time to visit the
property regularly. It also ensures the property is methodically checked and
reported on to give you records for future reference.

For landlords, we recommend our rental
inspection service
. This will provide a report on a wide range of areas
such as cleanliness, health or safety concerns and the overall condition of
your rental property.

As part of ongoing
protection and maintenance

To protect the value of your property you’ll need to conduct
regular maintenance. As well as typical cleaning and minor repairs for wear and
tear, home owners should be proactive in preventing pest infestations. Quickly
identifying any issues as soon as they occur, can make all the difference in
terms of cost.

To tackle pest infestations before they cause devastating
and costly damage, we recommend a pest
at least once a year. This includes a comprehensive report which
details recommendations if signs of an infestation are found.

Before you sell

Getting a clear picture of the condition of a property not
only helps buyers, it helps sellers too. A building report will highlight any
of those issues that are likely to deter buyers or impact the final selling
price. By being prepared, you can better select a reasonable asking price or,
better yet, you can make improvements before you put your property on the
market to improve your chances of a higher price. 

For sellers, we recommend a general
building inspection
. This will give you collated information on larger
problems that could affect your property value as well as minor defects that
could be remedied in the short term.


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