Like the Basic purchase inspection, the Comprehensive purchase inspection is an inspection of the structural state of an object. The difference is that in the case of a Comprehensive purchase inspection, repair advice is also given and the accompanying costs are discussed. When interested in buying a house, it is highly recommended to have the object inspected structurally. Not everything is what it looks like. When a major expense such as buying a house is at stake, it’s better to be safe than sorry. A Comprehensive purchase inspection gives you certainty about the structural state of the real estate object and also provides insights on potential costs on repairs. This means no surprises after purchase.
The Comprehensive purchase inspection is a report based on a visual inspection of structural defects. Furthermore, repair advice and repair costs are also stated in the report. These can be of good service for the buyer during price negotiations or renovation work.
A cost calculation for the National Mortgage Guarantee (NHG) is a standard element of the Comprehensive purchase inspection. This document has been drawn up in accordance to all norms of the NHG. This inspection report is therefore fully accepted and recognised by all financial institutions and moneylenders. It is a complete, fully valid report and contains all the information you may need when it comes to the purchase of a house.