Building / Pest Inspectors

Jan 2021Karen Millers

A qualified building and/or pest inspector (often many providers will do both) plays an essential role in the property investment process.

A building inspector will assess both the interior and exterior condition of a property and look for problems such as rising damp, sinking foundations, cracks, leaks, and structural defects.

Pest inspectors will check for damage caused by pests such as termites and ants.

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