Bizarre Property Contract: Property developers pay to have their property reviewed
An interesting story from a few months back.
It involved a young couple who were buying their first home in Australia.
The house was in a good condition and was in excellent condition.
However, one of the things they needed was a private home inspection.
So, they called up an independent property consultant who did an inspection.
They did a full home inspection and it turned out that they didn’t need a private inspection.
A private home inspector was called in and the inspector recommended that the couple should get a private one.
That’s when the couple got a bit worried.
When they were waiting to hear back from the property consultant, he sent them a text message that read: I’m not responsible for you if this home doesn’t pass the inspection you’ve requested.
They went through with it and the home passed the inspection.
This is not the first time someone has done this and it’s not the last.
The problem is that this kind of thing happens quite often.
A recent example involved a property developer in Perth.
He had a property he was renovating.
He decided to take on a private consultant to do the home renovation.
They got a private assessment and the builder came in and said: You know, we’re not going to get a property inspection on this property.
So he said: Well, we’ve got a house that’s already been inspected, so there’s nothing to worry about.
That was the end of that.
There is a lot of talk in the real estate world about whether or not people should just trust that they’re getting a good deal and then go ahead and buy.
But this is really just an example of an example.
It’s one that people need to look out for.
It doesn’t mean you should never do it yourself.
The key is to look at the best advice and try to do your own home inspection, whether it’s a private or a commercial property, but always do your homework and always ask the right questions.
This article was originally published in the April 2016 issue of Crypto Coins Magazine.