Once the property has been built, we focus on getting your investment generating a rental income.

To ensure the building works are completed in-line with your building contract and there are no defects, it is important to do a full handover inspection within the week after the house is complete. DPN will provide a quote for this inspection and the price is dependent upon the building type, size and location.

If there are no defects, the inspecting company will issue a Certificate of Occupancy. Once the bank has this they will release final payment to the builder. 

Note: Should the inspection identify any defects, DPN will organise with the builder on your behalf for these to be corrected within two weeks, with a second inspection carried out to ensure all items have been rectified.

We recommend using a company that specialises in handover inspections. In New South Wales, DPN recommends Expert Building Services and in Queensland, Handovers.com

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