Home buyer Survey Report
When buying a new property it can be very difficult to know exactly how much work there is to do and the investment involved. Encompass Surveyors can help you by providing a home buyer survey also referred to as a home buyer Report or home survey for the property you are hoping to purchase.
What are the benefits of a home buyer survey?
Homebuyer surveys could save you a lot of money later on because of unexpected issues, repair costs and upheaval that the work will cause. A homebuyer survey will always find some problems with such areas as electrical installation, roof, heating system, damp issues etc.
What are the different types of home buyer reports?
- RICS Condition Report is a basic condition report to identify risks, legal issues and work that is urgent. It is sufficient if the property is a new-build or a home in very good condition but will not include advice.
- RICS Home Buyer Report is more comprehensive and will highlight structural problems such as damp or subsidence. It can be very useful in negotiating the price of the property.
- RICS Building Survey is especially needed on older properties include the inspections described above and goes in to detail. The in-depth building survey report highlight the issues and provide advice on defects, repairs and maintenance.
A full building survey or full structural survey may also be required or if the property is new a new-build snagging survey would be advised.
Why choose Encompass Surveyors for your home buyer survey?
Encompass Surveyors are members of a recognised governing body Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and as such can be trusted to provide a high standard of home buyer survey.
Encompass provide home buyer surveys to clients in the North East of England in such places as Newcastle-upon-tyne, Durham, Sunderland, Gatehead, Peterlee, Hartlepool, Darlington, Stockton-on-tees, Middlesbrough through to Leeds, York and Scarborough.