Choosing the Right House Inspector

Back The Herald 2010 In light of the recent Real Estate Agents Authority (REAA – CAC10011) decision against an Auckland Real Estate Agent who was prevented from contracting a specific house inspection company by the contract of sale and purchase, it is time to...

Builders Officials Institute of New Zealand Press Release

Back March 4, 2013 A High Court ruling against a Wellington building inspector who failed to identify a leaky home, highlights the importance of using a suitably qualified building surveyor, says the Building Officials Institute of New Zealand (BOINZ). Last month the...

Top 5 tips when buying a home

Back Buying a home can be a real minefield. To help you through the process we have put together our top 5 tips. 1. Talk to your lawyer before signing your contract. The Sale and Purchase Agreement is a legally binding contract once signed by you and the seller.  Talk...

Is your home quake safe?

Back   Central and Southern New Zealand has been hit with some significant quakes over the past few years and while some residential homes have been damaged beyond repair, they have generally withstood the shaking without loss of life, which is what is required...

Buying without a building report – Russian Roulette

Back   People, we know recently sold their Auckland home by auction. Even though they were told there were 7 or 8 interested parties they were a bit worried because there were no building reports commissioned at all. However, on the day there were indeed 7...



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