This survey is suitable for conventional properties in a reasonable condition.
It's a good way to avoid unexpected repair costs further down the line. It will help find out if there are any structural problems, such as subsidence or damp, as well as any other unwelcome hidden issues inside and outside.
We're also able to include a property valuation if required.
The Homebuyer Report typically includes the following information:
- The general condition of the property
- Any significant defects, in accessible parts of the property, which may affect the value.
- Urgent and significant matters that need assessing before entering into exchanging contracts, including recommendations for any further specialist inspections.
You will be informed about any obvious major problems and defects that might affect the value of the property such as rot, damp and subsidence.
The surveyor will only look at parts of the property that are immediately visible. They will not lift carpets or look behind any furniture.
It will also provide a list of issues that need attention, advice on repairs and ongoing maintenance requirements and a round up of any legal considerations.