Home Buyer’s Survey Essex


Munday + Cramer have over 30 years’ experience in the domestic sector. Their RICS Chartered surveyors are trusted experts, who ensure home buyers have peace of mind when purchasing a property.

What is a Home Buyer’s Survey?

A Home Buyer’s Survey is an inspection of a property, carried out by an RICS Chartered Surveyor, during the purchase, or upgrading process. They assess the condition of a property and highlight any current or potential defects that may occur. They help purchasers make an informed investment and provides peace of mind that there are no hidden problems with the property. 

Which survey do I need?

There are three major types of house surveys which offer varied levels of investigation, depending on your needs and the certain elements of the property.

Level 1

Suitable for newer properties built from common building materials.

 

This level of survey offers a visual inspection, with a basic summary of current defects and potential risks to the property.

Level 2

Suitable for conventional properties made from common building materials.

 

An intermediate level of survey offers a more extensive visual investigation. This includes concealed areas, such as roof spaces, which are often used by the occupier.

Level 3

Suitable for properties that are older, larger, in poor condition, or have any planned or current extensive alterations.

 

A thorough visual inspection with the highest level of detail, including a technical report on structure, condition and repairs.

 

If you’re still unsure on which survey you need, one of Munday + Cramer’s RICS Chartered Surveyors can help advise on what will be the best fit for your property.

Enquire here to speak to one of our Chartered Surveyors and arrange a quote for your Home Buyer’s Survey.

 

     

    For our clients’ peace of mind, Munday + Cramer are  regulated by RICS. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors is  the world’s leading body  for monitoring professional standards in land, property and construction, originally established in the UK by Royal Charter. A rigorous assessment ensures that Munday + Cramer  adhere to the RICS’ codes of conduct, and its professional standards and scrutiny. 

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