Building/Structural and Termite Inspections are typically requested by Real Estate Agents during the Sale process of established homes.
Before the final Sale goes through the Buyer is required to have a Building/Structural and Termite Inspection or a Termite inspection depending on the standard contract for that Real Estate Company.
When buying property in Western Australia the home is sold through an offer and acceptance process. A formal offer is made in writing to buy a property, and the seller/vendor, can either make a counter offer, reject the offer, or accept it and communicate that acceptance to the buyer.
Usually an offer to buy property is made using both the Contract for Sale of Land or Strata Title by Offer and Acceptance form, commonly called the O & A; and the Joint Form of General Conditions for the Sale of Land, commonly referred to as the General Conditions. Before the final Sale goes through the Buyer is required to have a Building/Structural and Termite Inspection or a Termite inspection depending on the standard contract for that Real Estate Company.
These inspections are necessary when you are buying any established home or property. They cover many elements of the home and can reveal issues that only a trained professional can uncover which may have otherwise been overlooked.
- Termite inspection includes internal, external, fencing and surrounding areas of the property. (trees and potential termite infestation) And correct termite certification posted.
- Recommendation if further treatment is needed.
- Unbiased inspection
- Roof space ( structure of the roof frame)
- Footing and slab were visible
- Walls internal and external
- Under floor frame were assessable
- Retaining walls
- Balconies and stairs
Contact Adam MacDonald and Book in your inspection before the Settlement Date of your Home.