Pre-Sale Inspections

“Recommend for people selling property”

Gold Coast Building Inspector Pre-sale Building Inspection Reports provide a detail breakdown of the condition your current property is in before it goes on the market for sale. The advantages of a Pre-sale Inspection are in your favour if you have maintained or updated your property since ownership. If you have not maintained your property and have areas to improve before going on the market, this is your opportunity to reflect any costs of repair that could be revealed in a building inspection by a potential buyer.

How We Save You Time & Money

Pre-sale inspections will also allow you time to rectify any problems with your property and prevent your potential buyer less chance of negotiating your property price. This type of inspection is very popular for clients wanting to make a quick sale, the less faults found by a potential buyer the better chance on acheiving your sale price and having a idyllic sale.

  • Unit/ Apartments
  • $200
  • approximately 100sq meters, 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • Houses/Duplex
  • $280
  • up to 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • Houses/Duplex
  • $300
  • up to 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms

Important Info For Sellers

It is important that today, more than ever, you look towards obtaining any form of home inspections in the Gold Coast. It may be that you are looking to sell your current home and want to make sure that before you put it on the market you know there will be no problems for future sellers making sure you can charge the best price. You could be looking to buy your first home and you may want to have a home inspection due to the fact that this is one of the safest and most effective ways to make sure this future property will not undergo any unnecessary problems after you have been a resident after so many years.

Best Deal

We want to cover absolutely everything making sure you are getting the best deal on the market today when we are thoroughly looking over your current property making sure that everything will be up to Australian Industry Standards. To view a complete list of what one of our pre sale building inspections on the Gold Coast looks like then please click here.

Once one of our experts are done looking over your property and have filled out their highly detailed report, they will then happily meet you on site to give you a verbal tour of all of the most important areas they think should be brought to you attention. While doing so, giving you a verbal price estimate so you are able to work out if they will be able to coincide with your current budget when looking to sell the house.

No matter what type of home inspection on the Gold Coast you may require Gold Coast Building Inspector are able to accommodate you for any needs. We are considered experts in this field and not by us but by our clients

Client says..

Matt GeorgeMatt George

Mark is the ultimate professional who I cannot speak highly enough of. He offers a wealth of knowledge and provides great support when you’re overwhelmed with the building process. I would never build or buy unless I had Mark’s opinion in future.

What’s included in the building inspection?

  • External of Building
    • Walls
    • External finishes
    • Timber or steel frames and structures
    • External cladding
    • Window flashings visible, mouldings and sills
    • Stairs
    • Balconies, verandahs, patios & decks
    • Suspended-concrete floors
    • Pergolas
  • Site
    • Car accommodation
    • Detached Laundry
    • Ablution facilities
    • Garden sheds
    • Small retaining walls (non- structural)
    • Driveways
    • Paths
    • Steps
    • Fencing
    • Surface water drainage
  • Interior of Building
    • Ceilings
    • Cornice
    • Walls
    • Floors
    • Windows
    • Doors and frames
    • Kitchen
    • Benchtop
    • Sink/taps
    • Laundry
    • Floor
    • Taps
    • Tubs/cabinet
    • Bathroom
    • Cistern and pan
    • Bidet
    • Bathtub
    • Shower
    • Vanity
    • Washbasin
    • Ventilation
    • Smoke Detectors
  • Roof Exterior
    • Roof
    • Skylights, vents and flues
    • Valleys
    • Guttering
    • Downpipes
    • Eaves
  • Roof Space
    • Roof framing
    • Roof covering
    • Insulation
    • Sarking
    • Party walls
  • Sub-floor space
    • Bearers or joists
    • Timber framing
    • Piers/stumps
    • Dampness and damp damage
    • Drainage
    • Ventilation
    • Cracked or leaking pipes
    • Debris