Residential Surveys

When buying a new house or flat, one of the most important steps you can take is to arrange for a survey by an independent building surveyor to ensure you understand the true condition of the property. This will enable you to avoid – or plan for – potentially expensive future repairs.

Our experienced RICS property surveyors provide a range of residential surveys and will provide you with essential, independent advice so that you are fully aware of the condition of the property you are buying, prior to purchase.

Our two most popular surveys are the HomeBuyer Report and Building Survey.

We can also provide expert party wall advice, lease extension support, and all types of valuations. This includes probate, matrimonial, expert witness and equity to purchase ownership valuations.

You can contact our survey team directly on 0333 331 5338 or request an instant quote below.

Residential Surveys

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What is a Home Buyers Report?

If you are buying a conventional residential property in reasonable condition and less than 100 years old, a HomeBuyer Report is ideal. If will give you a clear idea of the condition of the property and highlight and urgent defects you should be aware of.

What is a Building Survey?

If you are buying a very large or old property, or are planning to carry out major works, a Building Survey is essential. It will provide you with a comprehensive structural report tailored to suit the property.

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