Get a Building Assessor to determine the true condition of your property
HouseCheck builds bridges of trust between buyers and sellers and their agents.
You should undertake a building assessment before buying a property to protect yourself.
In South Africa, the Consumer Protection Act does not protect most buyers who buy from private individuals. If you are buying from a developer then you should consider the HouseCheck snaglist report to protect your rights.
To move into your new home and then discover defects can be very expensive to fix. This is because the onus is on you to prove that the seller knew about the defects. Not as easy as it sounds and the lawyers are the people who make the money.
So save yourself the bother and get a HouseCheck home inspection report.
HouseCheck reports are issued within one working day. HouseCheck started the South African Home Inspection Training Academy. (SAHITA) and all our building assessors undergo SAHITA training, further training through HouseCheck, and all our reports are thoroughly checked by our quality control department before being issued to you.
At HouseCheck, we not only follow the standards, we created them for the South African Home Inspection Industry.
“Grateful to have a good report for Agent to offer prospective buyer”
- Nell Browne
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