From Building networks
We often learn more from our informal networks than our formal ones. How many times have you learned something by eavesdropping in a staff room or from a colleague over a cup of tea? How many times does the builder learn some detail, or new rule from the building inspector on-site? Some inspectors are walking encyclopedias. So lets not forget the good things that happen in the building industry. The benefit of the mateship and informal networks. Take a look at the networks I have formed to get more of this happening in the internet space.
I have bought and sold a few houses in my time. I am always interested in what the real estate agents have to say about CCCs and LIMS and other compliance matters.Most say very little about this stuff and leave it up to the parties to discuss or discover. In theory its up to the vendor to fess it up to prospective buyers. Or for the buyers to do the “due diligence” through their conveyancing law firm.