Drug Contaminated Property Avoidance Guide/Home Buyer Inspection Book Launched

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A new book for property investors has been launched, called “Iced Dream Houses: 8 Things You Should Do To Avoid Buying Drug-Contaminated Properties.” It is designed to reduce health or finance problems for investors.

Adrian Louis Harris has launched a new book, called “Iced Dream Houses: 8 Things You Should Do To Avoid Buying Drug-Contaminated Properties.” It enables property buyers to gain more certainty through the home-purchasing process, which is especially important during these times of reduced access.

More information can be found at: https://www.amazon.com.au/ICED-DREAM-HOUSES-Drug-Contaminated-Properties-ebook/dp/B08H5QQVTB

The new book launch aims to directly combat one of the biggest hurdles that buyers face as a result of the pandemic. Because investors are prevented from having a full inspection prior to purchase, it’s important to learn how to avoid buying properties that have been the site of illegal activities.

Buying a home that has been a base for drug use can cause a range of issues further down the line. Many reports cite that new inhabitants have fallen ill as a result of lingering residue.

Manufacturing drugs can leave trace elements on the walls of a house, in the ducts, or on surfaces. Sometimes this could get missed, and many home inspections don’t come with specific testing for certain types of drugs.

Adrian Louis Harris is a highly experienced property assessment specialist, with 15 years of work in the field. Now he has launched his new book with a view to helping more investors avoid buying drug-contaminated homes.

Readers will find in-depth guidance covering all the most important elements they need to know in order to avoid drug-tainted properties.

Investors who inadvertently buy a property contaminated by drug use or manufacturing are likely to face large fees. They also run the risk of causing health problems for inhabitants.

UK-based property investors will find the book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08GV9115D

By following the guidance in the book, investors are able to manage their properties more effectively. They will know the signs to look out for, and are better able to implement diligent practices.

The author states: “While the scale of the problem is unknown, those who end up owning a meth-contaminated property face loss in several areas. These include a drop in value and sales price for a property with a history of meth contamination, rental losses while the property is decontaminated, and, in extreme cases, the demolition of the property.”

US customers can purchase the book at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08GV9115D