Please see below some of the services that we provide.
The RICS Level 2 Home Survey is our most popular type of survey and is suited to most traditionally constructed houses, apartments and bungalows.
Our Homebuyer Reports provide you with clear and thorough information on the internal and external condition of a property. We use an easy to follow traffic light system which provides each element of the property with either a Green, Amber or Red rating depending on the urgency of the repairs required to help you make informed decisions.
A RICS Building Survey (Level 3) is designed to offer a more in-depth analysis about the condition of the property. These surveys focus on structural integrity and do not include market analysis like valuations and re-instatement costs.
Like the HomeBuyers Report (Level 2) this survey will inspect each area and element and give an opinion on its condition. Where this report differs is that it will also describe; the structure of the building, give a diagnosis of any defects and provide detailed advice on repairs and maintenance.
The Building Survey (Level 3) is also built on an easy to read traffic light system but is much more in depth and informative than the HomeBuyer Report.
If you have used the Help To Buy scheme and are now in a position to sell your home, remortgage, or start repaying your loan, then you need to get an RICS regulated valuation.
An RICS valuation is needed in order to work out the amount of deposit which should be repaid. We carry out Help To Buy Valuations that follow the exact requirements of the scheme and inspect the inside and outside of the property.
It is important to remember that the valuation is only valid for 3 months. After 3 months, there is a two-week opportunity for you to request an updated “desktop” valuation which will extend your valuation for a further 3 months. After those 2 weeks, the Scheme will require a re-inspection.
Our Drone technology offers our clients a cost-effective, high-quality solution that eliminates the risk of working at height associated with traditional means of survey access.
Some areas of roofs may be completely inaccessible by traditional access methods. Fragile roofs and ageing asbestos containing materials present a serious health and safety risk. By utilising a drone detailed photographic data can be obtained of the roof and high level elements of a building without the risk of fall or disturbing and releasing asbestos.
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