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Which survey is right for you?

An independent survey is the only way to get a clear picture of the condition of a property, but which survey is right for you? Our chartered surveyors in the UK will guide you to take the first step to making an informed decision on whether to buy your new dream home or not.


RICS Condition Report
 

The RICS Condition Report is a survey report which includes an inspection of your home, along with a section which provides you with advice for your Solicitors and a clear summary of the key risks associated with the purchase.

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RICS Homebuyer report
 

The RICS HomeBuyer Report will give you information on the condition of your property and advice to your Solicitor, plus a market valuation and insurance reinstatement cost. There will also be a dedicated section to provide advice on repairs and ongoing maintenance requirements.

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RICS Building Survey
 

The RICS Building Survey comprises a detailed property inspection with clear and impartial reporting on issues which should be taken into consideration. This comprehensive report will identify and analyse defects whilst providing options for remedial measures.

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House purchase approvals slow in May

12/06/2015 12:04:26

May sees 57,800 house purchase approvals, 15.1% lower than April and lowest monthly total in 2 years Monthly dip reflects temporary hesitance to buy property in run-up to General Election April figures artificially strong as high-end buyers rushed to buy before a potential Mansion Tax May saw the largest monthly drop in mortgage approvals in five years, as the General Election appears to have caused Read More →

Bridging the North-South gap: 20% reduction in repossession rift

09/06/2015 10:29:42

The North-South rift in repossession rates shrinks 19% between 2013 and 2014 as repossessions fall faster in the North Rapid decline in proportion of Northern towns with more repossessions than average – down from 68% in 2013 to 44% in 2014 Helped by falling fuel and food prices – which have helped lower inflation – and rising wages North West has highest repossession rates of Read More →

Higher LTV lending supporting the wider mortgage market in April

18/05/2015 10:16:46

April sees over 10,000 house purchase approvals to higher LTV borrowers, up 7.3% year-on-year Lending to borrowers with small deposits represents 16.3% of house purchase approvals in April, up 1.4 percentage points from 14.9% a year ago Small deposit borrowing concentrated in Yorkshire and North West – a quarter of all loans in Yorkshire were higher LTV Loans to borrowers with small deposits saw a Read More →