BuildingPro speaks to 7 News about “unjust” law
Our petition to Queensland Parliament is gaining momentum daily and as we near the June 30 deadline, we’ve caught the attention of 7 News, Smart Property Investment Magazine, Your Investment Property Magazine, Westside News, Quest Newspapers and the Courier Mail.
Trish is also in talks with a number of other news outlets, so keep an eye out for her.
Check out this week’s interview with 7 News journalist Sarah Best:
At BuildingPro, we are passionate about changing this unjust “buyer beware” law to stop dirty tactics used to conceal structural defects during a property sale.
Help us lobby the QLD Government to change the law and protect consumers from purchasing a financial nightmare!
Currently, when you buy a home in Queensland, a seller cannot be held accountable if structural defects (eg subsidence issues or flood and termite damage) are found after the property has sold, leaving the unsuspecting buyer with a costly “lemon”.
It’s time to give this unjust law a shake-up!