Understated Inspection Reports

304, 2017

Understated inspection reports

April 3rd, 2017|Buying at auction problems, Costly mistakes, Importance of photos & access, Understated Inspection Reports, Vendor reports, Vendor Reports Problems|Comments Off on Understated inspection reports

Understated inspection reports. Here is a classic example why it is dangerous to accept a building report from a seller and/or agent before an auction.

Problems identified by Qld Home buyers Inspection Service in a recent building inspection, that were either understated or not identified in a report supplied to a prospective buyer from the vendor (seller):

Numerous items in […]

711, 2016

Rising damp-seepage

November 7th, 2016|Before employing an inspector, Rising Damp, Seepage, Understated Inspection Reports|0 Comments

Rising damp-seepage, identified in a recent building inspection carried out in the Auchenflower area, a Southern suburb of Brisbane, by Peter Weddell, owner/operator of Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service.

These problems that were not identified in a previous inspectors report. The costs of rectification were high and incurred by the buyer.  

The following suggestions have been compiled […]