The pre-sale house that Yuli bought two years ago finally had the first home inspection on February 7, although he had sneaked in twice before (laughs). Many people say "don't buy pre-sale houses", because the drawings and schematic diagrams sold to you will be "slightly" different from your final product; and what will the future community management be like, just like your neighbors, It's not what you can expect; so buying a pre-sale house is the same as buying a lucky bag, and the surprises (horrors) are endless. However, the advantage of pre-sale houses is that the down payment can be paid in installments.
If the conditions are acceptable, the loan ratio can be loaned to 80%. Unlike the middle-aged houses, the loan ratio will be discounted due photo background removing to the limitations of the house condition and location. For first-time buyers, pre-sale homes are a good option. It is reasonable because I am a first-time buyer, so I have no experience in the inspection of pre-sale houses. Even if my ex-husband had purchased a middle-aged house before, he could only make a decision by simply looking at the condition of the house, so he had no experience. After all, it is the house that I want to live in in the future. It is reasonable to think that it is necessary to know more about the condition of my house. Besides, there are too many items for house inspection.
Without professional experience and equipment, it is impossible to check anything. Finally, it is reasonable to decide to pay for a professional inspection. The house company will do the inspection. This time, Mr. Jiang, who was commissioned by Taichung 's "All-round Technology Home Inspection" , has eight years of experience in the construction site, so he is very familiar with the current construction methods of collective housing, so he also shared a lot of information during the inspection. Experience allows us to better understand the eyebrows and corners of the house.