The owner must provide a building report - but if you go through with the purchase you end up paying for the report. Our experience has been the report is not worth the paper it is written on. Also the EER (energy efficiency rating) which ACT properties must have is also a bit of a joke.[/QUOTE]
Out of curiosity, can I ask what your experience was the building report @binnielici ?
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The frustrating part is you still have to pay for the seller's report!
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