HomeBuyer Reports

The HomeBuyer Report, often referred to as the Homebuyers Survey, was introduced by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2009. It is aimed at conventional properties and newer homes. For older or larger properties, or for those planning extensive works, a building survey is more suitable.

Following an in-depth visual inspection of your property, a HomeBuyer Report is completed to a standard format and provides a detailed account of the building's condition, in clear and non-technical terms, with an easy to understand three condition rating system. The report includes background information on the property and its location, a market valuation and an estimate of insurance rebuild costs.

The survey includes an assessment of any damp-proofing, drainage or insulation in the building. The condition of the building's timbers are inspected for any signs of woodworm or rot. Damp tests are performed on the walls to assess the condition of the brickwork. We also provide full details of any major faults that may affect the market value, as well as recommended remedial works.

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