RICS Home Survey Report

Fixed Fees For RICS Home Survey Reports

What is an RICS Home Survey Report?

A RICS Home Survey Report is a detailed inspection of a property by a RICS qualified surveyor. It provides information on the condition of the property, including its structure, roofing, walls, floors, and services. The report also includes advice on repairs and maintenance.

Buying a home is a big investment, but it doesn't have to be a risky one. Get a RICS Home Survey Report and protect yourself from hidden problems.

Getting a RICS Home Survey Report is a small investment that could save you a lot of money in the long run. According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), buyers who didn't get a survey faced on average £5,750 worth of repairs when they moved in. And 17% of these buyers ended up paying more than £12,000 on average to make their homes habitable.

So if you're thinking about buying a home, instruct a RICS Home Survey Report and know what you're getting yourself into.

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Here are some of the benefits of getting a RICS Home Survey Report:

1) Identify potential problems. A RICS Home Survey Report will identify any potential problems with the property, such as structural damage, damp, or pests. This will give you a heads up on any potential repairs or maintenance costs.

2) Make an informed decision. A RICS Home Survey Report will give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about whether to buy the property. This will help you avoid buying a property with hidden problems.

3) Negotiate a better price. A RICS Home Survey Report can help you negotiate a better price for the property. If the report identifies any problems with the property, you can use this information to negotiate a lower price.

4) Protect yourself from hidden problems. A RICS Home Survey Report can protect you from buying a property with hidden problems. It is particularly important for buyers of older properties or properties that have been renovated.

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Easy straightforward fixed fees

The cost of a RICS Home Survey Report varies depending on the number of bedrooms and value of the property. However, our fixed fees typically cost between £350 and £425 inc VAT. If you require an additional market valuation this costs an extra £75 inc VAT.

How long does it take to get a RICS Home Survey Report?

The surveyor will usually complete the inspection within a few weeks of your booking. The report will then be sent to you as a PDF document via email within 2 working days.

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