Rocking up to a property inspection without any preparation is a sure way to set yourself up for failure.
The more you know before walking in the better.
Before booking an inspection its important to do your due diligence on the following:
– The location of the property.
– A flood search.
– The properties sales history.
– The real estate agent.
The sooner you begin to treat your property investments like a business the better.
Do the work to get the result!
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