Vendor Inspection – Prices

If the vendor inspection you need is not fairly standard then please email the details to us for a free quote. Also, see the various inspections page with lots of photographs. Prices include GST.

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Standard Pricing for Individual Inspections:

FULL ACT VENDOR INSPECTION: (Flat rate for all homes under $1 million purchase price in metro area.) These are for vendors in ACT who need the mandatory Termite Inspection Report, Energy Efficiency Report, ACT Compliance Report, and the Building Inspections Report. These four reports are legally required for selling homes in ACT and thus packaged together in one price as below:

ACT Full Vendor Inspection Package 4 Days (This is standard)           $  897
        
ACT Full Vendor Inspection Package //RUSH// Extra government fees $1,077
        
Large house, or well outside of Canberra – usual extra cost per item.   $110

For New South Wales public who are purchasing somewhere near ACT, and they require professional building inspections prior to purchase.

Pre-Purchase Inspection Only – for purchasers:                    $427 – $597

This price depends on size of building and distance from ACT. It does not include the termite inspection or the energy efficiency rating which the above ACT package includes. The distance from Canberra will have a bearing on price. Call us first for an idea of price if not sure.

Payment methods:

  • – Netbank (Details will be on your invoice)
  • – Pay on site during inspection.

You will be sent an invoice when the work is done.

Comparing prices with other inspectors?

No problem, At House and Home Inspections ACT we are certain that our prices are extremely competitive and we invite you to let us know if you receive a cheaper quote.

Be sure to ask these questions to ensure that any other quotes you get are a legitimate service:

  1. Do you have professional professional indemnity insurance?
  2. Is your builder’s registration current in ACT?
  3. Are your inspectors available after the inspection to comment on the report?
  4. Do your reports comply with AS4349.1 and 4349.3?
  5. Do you enter the roof cavity?
  6. Do your detailed reports include safety checks and maintenance issues?