Pre-purchase inspection

It’s a well-known fact: the biggest investment that many people will ever make is the purchase of a house. For this reason, prospective buyers should always have a home inspection done.

The pre-purchase inspection is an important step in the acquisition of a new building, whether residential (condo, house), commercial building inspection in Montreal or industrial inspection. This type of inspection is a visual examination by a qualified inspector.

You can find issues during the examination that you might have missed on your own.
You might be able to renegotiate the sales price or, in some circumstances, even withdraw your agreement to buy if the inspector discovers issues.

This examination makes it possible to detect any signs of defects, to inform the buyer of the property’s state in order to avoid unpleasant surprises. It also aims at the state of the following elements at the time of the inspection:

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