- Cracking the Cause
- Delayed Settlement: What Are the Buyer's Rights?
- What are Honeymoon Loans?
- Common Issues Found in Australian Homes Part II
- Common Issues Found in Australian Homes Part I
- 4 Questions You Need to Ask Your Property Inspector
- Do You Need A Pre Purchase Inspection?
- The Importance of Having a Quality Home Inspection
- Soak it all up - Downpipes!
In your lifetime, you are likely to live in at least ONE house that has some noticeable cracks. It doesn't hurt to know why they are there, and what it means!
Imagine if you the settlement is delayed and you're renting. You will need to extend your lease and reconnect your utilities. These are some of the headaches that you will need to go through. So, what can you do? What are your rights?
Generally, you have two kinds of mortgage loans in Australia - fixed and variable rate home loans. However, you will discover that there are other special types of home loans which are meant for special circumstances. One of them is the honeymoon loan.
Your home may be plagued with a lot of issues. It may look perfect, but a building inspection may prove otherwise. In another article, we have discussed some common issues that are found in most Australian homes. This article will cover other issues.
Most Australian homeowners are not aware of the common issues found in their homes. Unless you get a home inspection, you will hardly notice that there is actually something wrong with your home. Here are the common issues found in Australian homes.
Home inspection is a tenuous process, but it is a process that you should not skip, so it is important to look for an excellent property inspector. This is why you should ask these important questions before you decide to hire a property inspection compan
A pre-purchase inspection will cost you a little bit of time and money, but in the long run you'll be glad you did it. The inspection can reveal problems that you may be able to get the current owners to fix before you move in.
Why should prospective property sellers and buyers go with quality home/property inspections?
One of the most common items that I find on many inspections is the lack of rainwater control. It is one of the most underestimated issues which can potentially cause substantial structural and maintenance issues.