A building inspection is something that gets carried during the buying or selling of any piece of property. It’s an important part of the whole process. There are many buyers who use building inspection reports as a way to bring the price down on any particular piece of property. Others may forgo getting an inspection carried about but this usually tends to end poorly unless you trust the seller. They may simply forget to mention, either intentionally or accidentally, about any possible defects that exist in the building. Just because a bathroom has new tiling, does not mean that it was done well after all.

If the basic foundations aren’t set, like waterproofing the room, it is the buyer that will find themselves later paying hundreds to thousands of dollars for repairs. If they knew about it ahead of time, they may have chosen to walk away from the contract. Many buyers are going to want to get an inspection done themselves and see how it measures up according to the contracts demands. If it’s in agreeable terms, then the process can move forward but if there are defects discovered that were not previously mentioned, a buyer is bound to start haggling.

There are vendors that aren’t aware of all the things ongoing in their property and they can’t inform you of those faults. Once the exchange is completed, you have a limited period of time with which you can address those concerns that were not immediately visible. Just like with the new bathroom tiling, new floorboards could just be covering up rising damp, rot and even pest damage. With the building inspections Tauranga can provide, you won’t have to be uncertain about your property. Everything will be documented and detailed for you to review.