Buying a property is the largest investment most people will ever make. It is important to know how to ensure that you are protected during the buying process.
Use the links below to learn how to retain your rights as a property buyer and save money by understanding the actual condition of the property before you buy.
Why use an InterNACHI Middle East Inspector?
Using an InterNACHI Middle East member will save you money because of their advanced training and skills, using an InterNACHI Middle East inspector will save you the cost of the inspection and often much more!
A Property Inspection is a mainly visual, non-invasive inspection for property safety defects and defects in the property systems and their major, readily-accessible components.
Property inspectors are trained to identify potentially costly or dangerous property defects while time still exists to negotiate with the seller for the cost of repairs or corrections.
While it’s important that property buyers understand the advantages of having a property inspected, they should also understand the limitations of a Property Inspection:
Property Inspection Defined
A Property Inspection is predominately a visual inspection for system and major accessible component defects and safety issues. The inspection is not technically exhaustive.