Selling a Plaster-Clad House? Avoid The Biggest Mistakes.

Many sellers of plaster-clad houses are leaving it too late or leaving it to chance – not able to show buyers and banks that their houses are lower risk.  The potential financial results are devastating.

This no-nonsense expert report educates owners about the steps they must take well before going to market.

HINT – a new coat of paint is not the answer.

In This Expert Report You Will Learn:

  • What potential buyers are most worried about.
  • The common ‘Sellers Nightmare’. that drives prices down and how to prevent it.
  • How to “Pre-Purchase Inspection Proof” your house.
  • How to identify the risks that buyers and inspectors may pick up on your house – so you can address them before they cost you sales and money.
  • How to increase your house resale value and prospects.

Why You Should Be Worried About Selling a Plaster Clad House?

Selling a plaster-clad house is even harder than ever – at a decent price.

As the country’s stock of plaster-clad houses ages, the stigma of untreated timber, leaks and poor building practices from the leaky homes era continue to haunt today’s sellers.

Buyers, banks, and inspectors are all looking for problems. 

While some houses truly have significant issues and buyer caution is justified, many are basically sound, in good condition and just need the correct maintenance to keep them safe and dry for years, or decades to come.

So, which one is your house? What steps can you take to find out and what should you do to economically increase the prospects of selling at a fair price?

Have you already tried to sell only to have the deal fall through following the building report?

In this report, industry expert, Ian Holyoake, a former plaster cladding manufacturer, and now MD of Moisture Detection Company, clearly explains the dilemma facing the sellers (and buyers), You will discover how the leaky home fiasco came to pass, how to prepare your house for sale, and prove to buyers that your house is sound.