What is a Pre-Purchase Inspection
The Pre-purchase Inspection is a review of a property that the customer intends to buy. The inspection by a technician qualified in construction pathologies and urban legality allows you to obtain valuable information that can affect the value of the property.
“The objective of the Pre-purchase Inspection is to have knowledge of the property’s situation so as not to pay too much, to negotiate with the seller and to know what repairs may be needed”
What does it consist of?
Prior to the Inspection, at the office we collect information from public databases, cadastre, urban planning information and the documents provided by the client. Then our technician makes a visit to find out the constructive state of the property. Finally, if requested, a report is issued.
What will the customer get?
The client will broadly have an architect’s view of the possible construction conditions (possible pathologies, repairs) that can determine a later cost or serve to negotiate the price of the property. You will also receive urban planning information from the estate to find out if you have any problems (non-conforming volume, out of order) and possible irregularities (buildings carried out without a license, etc.)
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