Hi. My name’s Rachael Goldsworthy. I’ve just come from a final inspection that we have had for a particular purchaser. What you’ve got to do when you are purchasing a home on the day of settlement or day before settlement, just have a quick walk through the home that you did put the deposit down on, and looking at settling just to make sure that the inclusions and exclusions are there. Check for example, that air conditioners have their remotes, that the locked up spaces like garages that you may not be able to see into have been cleared out. That no pots or bricks or things that aren’t meant to be in the home are not there.
Things like lawn mowing is not actually on the title, a defective title so you possibly can’t hold settlement up because of that. Ultimately, all of those inclusions and exclusions are really important and possibly to look at them on the front end of the contract rather than the back end at the final inspection, because you’ve got a much better chance of things finalising completely the way you want it to, if you have it in that contract for sale. Always mark it off as an exclusion or an inclusion, whatever it is that you need and then with final settlement, just make sure that everything is there as per the contract for sale. Then you’ll have a smooth sailing for a great settlement. All right then. I’m Rachael Goldsworthy and I look forward to talking to you on the next video.