Guidance for Buying and Selling Houses

House Buying Selling Guidance“Guiding Kiwis though Buying and Selling” a house is what,  a Website, specializes on and it has lots of very helpful information.
As it says on the ‘About Page‘:
“ is brought to you by the Real Estate Authority (REA). REA is the independent government agency that regulates the New Zealand real estate industry. Our goal is empowered consumers working with trusted real estate professionals. Our vision is a better real estate experience for all.”

In the section for buying a home are five categories and each has articles which provide great guidelines.
Under the category of ‘researching the property‘, as in house inspection,  you will find six posts, one of which is about
leaky buildings.

The ‘Resource‘ page on this website has lots of useful tools like quizzes (like ‘Open Home‘ and ‘Multi Offer‘), videos, checklists and guides, for example,
the ‘Residential Property Sale and Purchase Agreement Guide.

The ‘Glossary’ on provides an alphabetical listing, covering the terminology of the property language, making it easier to understand.

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House Inspectors Are they all the same?

Are all House Inspectors the same?

Quality Control for House InspectionsWhen buying or selling a house it is a good policy to make sure you know exactly what condition it is in. To make sure there are no unpleasant surprises, like the couple waking up to termites on their first day, it pays to get a home inspection.
What to look for in an House Inspector?
In New Zealand there are no regulations about qualifications for House Inspections.
The type of inspectors could be:
Unqualified inspectors.
Building inspector working with the council, who are checking the house while it is built and on completion.
Qualified house inspector,
who did intensive training and tests, i.e. with InterNachi, who checks all aspects of a house
and follows the guidelines of a code book .

A Buyer’s Choice House Inspector like Maxe Janssen

  • carries an indemnity Insurance
  • is required to do ongoing training
  • belongs to an InterNachi Association
  • provides a Guarantee
  • follows the Guidelines of the Code book
  • can show you a Sample Report
  • checks for Maintenance Issues

Make sure you get your House inpected by a qualified ‘A Buyer’s Choice’ House Inspector.

Click here to get a Quote or make a booking!

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