Posted on Sep 25, 2018

ML Surveyors


The RICS HomeBuyer survey highlights problems, such as damp and subsidence.

It includes advice on necessary repairs and ongoing maintenance and points out anything that doesn’t meet current building regulations.

The inspection is non-intrusive - the surveyor will not look behind furniture or under floorboards, so they’ll only be able to identify ‘surface-level’ problems.

The survey can be offered either with or without valuation and rebuild cost advice. If you are obtaining a mortgage, your mortgage valuer will provide valuation advice and this, therefore, need not be doubled up in the HomeBuyer Survey.

When it is suitable? The most popular type of survey, and the standard choice for most properties that are in a reasonable condition. If you’re buying an unusual or period property, or one that requires significant renovation, it’s best to upgrade to a building survey.
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