We offer a range of residential surveys designed to cater to different property types, conditions, and your unique concerns. Our team of experienced and qualified surveyors are here to provide you with insights catering to different levels of detail and property conditions.
- RICS Condition Report (Level 1): This is the most basic type of survey, providing a general overview of the property’s condition. It highlights significant issues that might affect the value or sale of the property but does not go into great detail. It’s often suitable for newer properties in good condition.
- RICS HomeBuyer Report (Level 2): This is a more comprehensive survey that includes a visual inspection of accessible parts of the property. It covers both the property’s condition and its value, as well as potential issues that need attention. It’s suitable for properties in reasonable condition that aren’t too old or unique.
- RICS Building Survey (Level 3) (formerly known as a Structural Survey): This is the most detailed and comprehensive survey, suitable for older properties, larger properties, or properties with unique features. It provides an in-depth assessment of the property’s condition, highlighting defects, structural problems, and maintenance requirements.
- Specific Defect Survey: If you’re concerned about a particular issue, like dampness, timber decay, or subsidence, you can get a survey focused solely on that problem. This type of survey provides detailed information about the specific issue and its extent.
- Snagging Survey: This type of survey is typically carried out on new-build properties before they’re handed over to the buyer. It identifies any defects or issues with the construction that need to be addressed by the developer.
- Valuation Survey: While not a traditional survey in the same sense, a valuation survey assesses the property’s value for mortgage and insurance purposes. Lenders often require this to ensure the property is worth the loan amount. We can conduct independent valuations to ensure a fair value.
- Costed Survey: A costed survey is a structural appraisal focusing on key costs associated with a property following an inspection. This highlights a costed summary for planning a stage process to implement repairs and upgrades.
It’s important to choose the appropriate type of survey based on factors like the property’s age, condition, and your specific concerns. Consulting with a qualified surveyor can help you decide which survey type best suits your needs. Contact us now to schedule a consultation and find the perfect survey for your property needs.