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Rental Property Inspection

This is a practice that landlords and building managers use to describe the condition of the unit before a tenant moves in and after they move out. Its purpose is not only to inform the renter of defects or damage that previously existed, but also to assess any degradation that occurs through the fault of the renter or through normal wear and tear.

Pre-Acceptance Inspection

Contrary to what we might collectively believe, a new construction does not mean that it could be without faults or poor workmanship. This is why the pre-acceptance inspection remains an asset to help prevent construction errors. Although most new construction includes a 5-year warranty on the work, the pre-acceptance inspection prevents you from falling back into corrective work once the delivery of your property because these defects will be corrected before the acquisition.

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Regardless of the type of home you want to buy, this step is essential in order to inspect the systems and visible and accessible components of it. This inspection will give you a complete assessment of the building and will provide you with enough information to decide whether or not to buy it or even to renegotiate if there are repairs, renovations or major defects to be repaired.

Pre-Sale Inspection

Be aware that a pre-purchase inspection will probably be done by the party wishing to acquire your property and the role of this inspection is to highlight the inventory of fixtures and to find corrective measures, defects and the possible presence of defects. In order to be able to sell your property at a fair price according to its condition, the pre-sale inspection is a tool that will detect the repairs to be made and the defects corrected before it is put up for sale. You will thus be certain of providing potential buyers with a quality building, without the need for immediate corrections, thus increasing its value and the confidence of buyers in your home.

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