Realsure is New Zealand’s leading property inspection company
Since its establishment Realsure has carried out close to twenty thousand home inspections, helping a wide range of clients make a better informed property decision.
Realsure was established in 2000 by Sarah and Bruce Symon to bring the highest level of property inspection at a time when the industry was poorly regulated with no Standards or quality control systems in place for consumers. Realsure implemented robust and proven systems to maintain quality and consistency from all Realsure Inspectors when inspecting and reporting. To ensure the highest standards are always maintained all Realsure Inspectors are Accredited Building Surveyors. This focus on quality and setting a new standard for property inspections resulted in the business growing rapidly.
By 2003 Realsure was ISO 9001 registered and was approached by Standards New Zealand to assist in the development of a New Zealand Standard for property inspections. Bruce sat on the committee to develop the New Zealand Standard for Property Inspections, which was finalised in 2005. Learn more about The New Zealand Standard.
Late in 2006, Realsure was again taped on the shoulder to lead a special interest Group to develop a self-regulatory body for the property inspection industry. The Building Officials Institute of New Zealand (BOINZ) Accredited Building Surveyors accreditation program for house inspectors was launched by BOINZ in September 2007.
The Realsure Group, through its founding company and Franchisees offers house inspection and consultancy services in the greater Wellington, Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga and Horowhenua/Manawatu regions. All Realsure inspectors are Accredited Building Surveyors of BOINZ .
Realsure is continuing its national expansion and is inviting prospective Franchisees to be part of the nationwide expansion. Find out more about becoming a Franchisee.
Realsure continues to take a leading role in the New Zealand property inspection industry and be involved in industry development and regulation. It probably is no surprise that Realsure goes the extra mile to consistently exceed the New Zealand Standard.