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(For the buyer)


The buyer of an existing or new home should therefore never hesitate to link their promise to purchase to an inspection condition.


A pre-purchase inspection is essential for two reasons: 

  • Obtain a complete and detailed report on the condition of the desired building;

  • Detect defects and anomalies likely to reduce its use and value.  

Although not mandatory, the inspection is an important step in the process of purchasing a new home. You should never give up on it. The inspection aims to find apparent defects and signs of hidden defects in the building. It allows you to know the condition of the property and to know if urgent or major work must be undertaken. The report yougives tools to negotiate. If the inspection reveals, for example, that the foundation is cracked, that the attic ventilation is compromised, or that the roof is at the end of its useful life, you could ask the seller to reduce their price by result.


Finally, when purchasing your home, it is also important to get the peace of mind that should accompany it. Hiring an honest, objective and independent inspector assures you that the inspection of your home will be done in your interest: PROTECT YOU!

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