How to Discover Property "Cover Up"s

When buying a house, you can often inadvertently overlook the fact that a property can have hidden faults and problems that are potentially very dangerous. This situation is compounded if you?re buying a property for investment purposes as you have to keep in mind that you have a duty of care to your tenants.Building and pest inspections can help safeguard property buyers against investing in fault-ridden properties, and there are a number of things that you can keep an eye out for when house-hunting for that perfect home or investment.

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