Due to the nature of maximising profits, landlords, property builders and other distributors may skip corners or use cheaper alternatives. This helps them in ensuring the maximum profit when the property is sold, still being listed at a competitive price, in regards to the area and the quality of their surroundings.
The main issue occurs when either a first-time buyer or a multi-home purchaser proceeds in the purchase of the said property. Whilst the property may appear to function well and look aesthetically pleasing, the corners skipped and the cheaper aspects may begin to appear once it is too late.
In the scenario of which a property has been inspected correctly for any cut corners, the builders will be required to make these changes in regards to compliance. There follows the main purpose of reinspection. By re-inspecting the property, our team can report that the outlined changes have been corrected or still require attention, alongside picking up any new issues/developments.