We always hear about the importance of due diligence. Well, we can never say it enough as Ayal Joshua shares his real estate experience of a costly fix that shouldn’t have happened. He goes over the turn of events and the steps he had to undertake to make the property function without compromise and worked on lowering the cost. He emphasizes the value of going beyond what’s required and practicing caveat emptor: “Let the buyer beware.”
[00:01 - 03:49] Opening Segment
[03:50 - 12:46] Costly Fixes That Shouldn’t Have Happened
[12:47 - 15:32] Considerations for Cutting Down Cost
[15:33 - 19:24] Closing Segment
“It all starts when you're purchasing the property. It all starts with your due diligence… The other thing is, you've got some properties that are connected to the city sewer, so they have septic tanks, and many people don't do the septic tank inspection. Sometimes that's critical.” - Ayal Joshua
“You have to exercise the letter buyer beware, you know, the caveat emptor. Do your due diligence, do the inspection.” - Ayal Joshua
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