What is a Money Pit?

Definition: A money pit is any entity or venture which requires lots of money for maintenance and drains financial resources.

Don’t be “Penny Wise and Pound Foolish” when it comes to your Structural Survey.

To avoid the “Money Pit”, take on board the comments of our satisfied clients and make sure you get a detailed pre-purchase survey.

“Thanks for the very detailed and professional survey. I would definitely use your services again and would recommend you to friends and family without hesitation. Actually, both my father and brother commented on the survey that you did for us – they both said it was the best one they had ever seen and they’ve bought quite a few houses between them over the years!”

M.O. Connor – Co. Dublin

“I had thought I was a pretty good judge of a house before I engaged Property Health Check Ltd. Now I realise what 20 years of experience, cutting edge technology, precise knowledge of building regulation and a willingness to explain brings to making an informed decision. Probably the best value for money I’ve got in the whole house buying process. Do yourself a favour and get this company.”

Martin Browne – Dublin

Your house survey is only as good as the building survey report you receive after the survey has taken place. The more detailed and thorough it is the better. Having a very detailed survey report can not only help you renegotiate with vendors, it can also warn you if you should pull out of the purchase if serious defects are found