When buying a house, there are always risks involved. Knowing what some of those risks are before completing the purchase can help save you thousands of pounds further down the line. One way to do this is to get a good understanding of the condition of the building, which is best done through a home survey.

There are a range of surveys available, each of which produce a different type of evaluation report, some of which can be fairly complex. Choosing the right survey is therefore as important as the need for the survey itself.

Our property experts understand that this can be a daunting task for the average home owner or prospective buyer. We will always ensure that the we provide you the right information and that often means discussing your requirements first.

To help you get started, below is a quick overview of the three main types of home buyer surveys we offer. Each will supply their own unique perspective on the property in question.

Still not sure which home buyer survey is right for you?

Call our team on 0800 071 5517 of contact us for experienced, expert advice.

Building Survey

Here’s why you’ll love the Building Survey.

  • Experienced surveyors guiding you every step of the way
  • Over 50 different points of interest identified and noted
  • Delivered within 3-5 days after inspection
  • 60-page PDF booklet with photos for you to save and keep

RICS HomeBuyer Report

This report gives you more details information whilst buying a conventional property and provides a valuation. It includes a more extensive inspection of the property with guidance on defects that may affect the value of the property. Repairs and ongoing maintenance advice is also provided.

RICS Condition Report

This report focusses purely on the condition of your property by giving ratings of the different parts of the building and flagging up any areas that need attention.

Note: This does not include a valuation of the property!

For a friendly, qualified Home Survey service in London and the surrounding areas, speak to one of our experts today.

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