As a home seller, you want to sell your property for the highest possible price in the least amount of time. A pre sale report from Leading Building & Pest Inspections is a sound investment with a detailed report, meaning you will have the knowledge and marketing edge over other comparable homes in your neighbourhood.
We know you might be wary of paying for a Pre-Auction Report before you put in the bid, particularly as you may not win. We understand this and so we guarantee that if you don’t win the first auction and need a second inspection for another auction property, it will be half price within a 12 month period.
The vendor must hand the property over to you in the same condition it was in when you signed the contract of sale. You are entitled to make it a stipulation in the contract of sale that you will carry out a pre-settlement inspection. This can be done at any reasonable time a few days before settlement.
Whether a residential or commercial property, termites can attack virtually any structure containing timber, with 1 in 4 Australian homes being affected by termites. The fact is, termites do more damage to Australian property than fire, storms and earthquakes combined.
As a building gets older and wears out, it depreciates in value. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows owners of income producing property to claim this depreciation as a decline in value tax deduction. A tax depreciation schedule is required to maximise the depreciation claims available and to substantiate these claims in a tax return.