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29 January 2020

Hi, Sam here from Templeton Property and today we’re going to briefly discuss – How often can Routine Inspections be undertaken?

Under current Queensland legislation, you’re allowed to do only 1 inspection within any three-month period, so the maximum is 4 routine inspections per annum.

Now some agents do 1 or 2 per annum. We think that’s insufficient to keep a good eye on the property. We think the lucky number is 3 or 4. 3 being for an average property, 4 being for a property that’s high maintenance or where we have concerns about the tenancy. Now, we always recommend that the owners come along to at least 1 inspection per annum. We always ask them to every inspection, but recommend that they come along once, so you can get a good idea of the condition of the property and the upkeep and so forth. If you can’t make it along, we will always provide you with a detailed report and dozens and dozens of photographs, so you get a really good idea of the condition of the property.

And there you have it. If you have any further questions, please message me below.

Sam Price – Templeton Property

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Sam Price

About Sam Price

Sam Price is Director and lead Buyer's Agent at Templeton Property. He has been helping client's purchase their ideal home and investment properties for over 15 years. He is a Registered Property Valuer and his qualifications include a Bachelor of Business (Property Studies), Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning and a Masters is Professional Accounting. Sam is married and has 2 school aged girls who keep his life very exciting.