DE BREE REAL ESTATE | REQUEST BUILDING TECHNICAL INSPECTION
Avoid constructional surprises. If you don’t feel like unpleasant construction surprises when buying a home, De Bree Real Estate will assist you with a professional construction inspection. Our inspectors are independent and have no interest in a high or low sales price. As a result, they are optimally able to objectively identify defects.
After a building inspection you know exactly what the condition of the house is. Our inspector pays attention to the condition of the roofing, the painting and the construction. He advises on renovation options and repair work. Any overdue maintenance is also mapped out in an architectural report, as are the costs of repair. That way you know exactly where you stand.
You can include the architectural report in the negotiations or even use it as a resolutive condition in a preliminary purchase contract. Having a building inspection carried out can provide a lot of peace and clarity. After all, you don’t buy a house every week!
Are you considering a building inspection? De Bree Real Estate is happy to assist you. Feel free to contact us or visit our office in Koog aan de Zaan. We are happy to discuss the options with you while enjoying a cup of coffee.
Questions about our services?
Is an energy label mandatory?
Yes, of course. Since 1 January 2015, it is mandatory to provide an energy label when selling a home. If you don’t have an energy label yet or you want to renew it, you can easily arrange this viathis page of the central government.
What does the buyer's obligation to investigate entail?
Where the selling partyhasthe obligation to disclose. the purchasing party has an obligation to investigate. The buyer is expected to examine both the architectural and legal condition of the home. This is also a good reason to engage a buyer’s broker, so that you can be sure that all important matters have been carefully researched.
What are resolutive conditions?
When buying a house, the buyer can have resolutive conditions included in the purchase agreement to guarantee the chance that the purchase can be dissolved if the conditions are not met. Resolutive conditions often relate to obtaining financing, the National Mortgage Guarantee and a building inspection.