A good building inspection benefits both the purchaser and the vendor.
It saves you time and money in the long term.
For the purchaser, it reveals the apparent defects which is necessary in order to determine real value. It is represented by subtracting the cost of repairs from the asking price.
For the vendor, a good building inspection frees them from the worry of a claim for hidden defects, which unfortunately is becoming all too common.
Being an experienced renovation architect, working in the business for over 50 years and having done inspections for not one, but two former Prime Ministers, Morris Charney can give you that peace of mind you need when your are buying or selling a home.