In our recent episode, we listened to first-hand horror stories straight from building inspectors...

Today, we'll be talking about our OWN encounters, stories and experiences we've gathered over the past 25 years in the property industry.

What are the common (and not so common) issues we've uncovered?

...And what can you learn from them as a first homebuyer?

We discuss some minor B&P problems, from drummy tiles and wonky walls, to MAJOR issues like termite damage and stormwater pipe damages!

If you enjoy the show, do like, rate, subscribe, and share it with others! We have loads of resources available and if you'd like to chat, email us at [email protected]!

We'll see you on the inside!

Episode Highlights:
1. Building inspections do not look at cosmetic imperfections [04:10]
2. Building & pest inspectors: the bad and the terrible [15:10]
3. Why you should watch out for rising damp and uneven floors [24:02]
4. The importance of a termite barrier [33:01]
5. Watching out for termite damage [35:43]
6. Leaking inside walls or floors [42:08]
7. Getting your property thoroughly inspected [43:08]
If you enjoyed today's podcast, don't forget to subscribe, rate and share the show! There's more to come, so we hope to have you along with us on this journey!
How ready are you to buy your first home?

Veronica Morgan & Meighan Wells 

Veronica & Meighan are both licensed real estate agents who exclusively help buyers. Together they have nearly 40 years experience as property professionals.

Veronica is principal of Sydney based Good Deeds Property Buyers and is also co-host of The Elephant in the Room property podcast as well as Location Location Location Australia on Foxtel and author of Auction Ready: how to buy property at auction even though you're scared s#!tless!

Meighan is the multi award winning principal of Brisbane based Property Pursuit, chairperson of the REIQ Buyers Agent Chapter & a regular media commentator.

We are here to guide you through your home buying journey

How ready are you to buy your first home?