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5 Common Issues Found During a Home Survey in 2024

For most people, buying a home is the largest financial investment they will make. As with any major financial decision, it’s crucial to minimise risks wherever possible. While you can’t foresee market fluctuations, a Homebuyer’s Survey allows buyers to uncover any hidden defects in the property. Many homebuyers don’t fully grasp the purpose and importance of obtaining a survey before purchasing a house. A Homebuyer’s Survey identifies issues that could cost thousands in repairs down the road. Here are five of the most common house survey problems people have to face: 1. Dampness Damp is one of the most common […]

A loose brick found during a home survey

Do I need a Homebuyer Survey?

Buying a house is likely to be the biggest investment you make, so much like all other financial decisions, you need to mitigate the risks as much as possible. Although you can’t predict what the market will do, you can ensure the property you’re purchasing has no hidden surprises, with a Homebuyer Survey. However, many people don’t fully understand what a Homebuyer survey is and why it’s essential for any house purchase. What is a Homebuyer Survey? In short, a Homebuyer Survey is an inspection of a property; it assesses and summarises the quality of the property. The surveys are […]

Do I need a homebuyer survey

What Homebuyers Are Looking For In 2021 According To Our Surveyors

House prices are on the rise, unprecedentedly so. The extended stamp duty holiday brought in to help during the Coronavirus pandemic (along with other more complex economic drivers) has led to a buoyant market atmosphere in which house prices are increasing at their fastest rate seen in years. Clearly, then, the demand is there – but what exactly is it that consumers are demanding? At Munday + Cramer, we offer an extensive suite of surveying services, including homebuyer reports. We asked our surveyors what homebuyers have said to them that they’re most looking for in a property, and why. Garden […]

An image of yellow garden flowers to represent homebuyers increasingly looking towards garden space as a priority.