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A house survey assesses a property and identifies major issues for a prospective buyer. Our surveys are undertaken by chartered surveyors, who visit the transaction property, conduct a survey, and prepare a report outlining any problems

Homebuyers Survey

Assessing the general condition of a property, documenting any and all faults, irregularities and health risks.

Building Survey

Inspections of a home's structural integrity and electrical situation performed by chartered surveyors.

Property Valuation Report

An internal and external inspection of a property, being bought or sold, with a report of its value considering all factors.

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What is Surveying?

In a nutshell, surveying involves the various inspections and reports carried out when buying a property. It's a big investment – some might say massive. Wouldn't you like to rest easy knowing that your new home is safe to occupy for you and your family? A chartered surveyor can see to that. Here's how:

Surveying Step by Step:

A surveyor is an impartial party that facilitates inspection on a property. The type of survey will depend on the instructions given to the surveyor, and can include updating boundary lines, assessing the state of a building, and ascertaining property value. Here's how the surveying process works:

Instruct a Surveyor

Once you've found your dream home and you're preparing to put an offer in, contact your surveyor and decide on the surveys you'd like performed. If you'd like to know if the price is right, a valuation report would do. Not too sure about that dark patch in the bathroom? #HomebuyerReport

Arrange a Convenient Time

Your surveyor will arrange a day and time to visit your property of interest, performing the necessary inspections needed to compile his/her report. These can include structural, electrical and aesthetical inspections.

Report Development

A comprehensive home survey report is developed by your chartered surveyor and delivered to you for assessment. You can choose to show these reports to the seller or not, depending on the situation.

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