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If you are looking for a reliable chartered surveyor to help with your property, where do you find a great one? How do you know which survey is suitable for your needs? How much will cost and how fast can you find out about any potential hazards or issues?
These are some of the questions we will answer for you with our guides and articles. Also, we will help you getting the best value for your property survey today.
Most Popular Surveys
Level 3 Survey (Building Survey)
For properties that are older, have been altered, are unusual & if you are planning works on it.
Level 2 Survey (Home Buyers Report)
For properties younger than 80 years old and with no obvious signs of damage.
Level 1 Survey (Condition Report)
Is better suited to conventionally built, modern dwellings in satisfactory condition, relatively new constructions.
Are about to move or to purchase a new build home, make sure there are no breaches of building regulations.
Why using a RICS surveyor
A RICS building surveyors job is to evaluate your potential new home and to create a report on the condition of the dwelling. This will help you find out if there are any structural problems, such as subsidence or damp, as well as, any other unwelcome hidden issues inside and outside. Having these insights from a qualified expert before taking a decision will save you time, energy and money.
Did you Know..
According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, homebuyers spend an average of £5,750 on property repairs, due to the property purchaser not initially identifying property defects or understanding the true market value.