Survey Types

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Surveys include Building Surveys, RICS HomeBuyer Reports, Red book Valuations and Specific Defect Reports. See our table blow to help when choosing the right survey for your needs.

Types of Survey

Red Book ValuationSpecific Defect ReportRICS HomeBuyer ReportBuilding Survey

Sample Reports

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Type Of Property

Any residential property, in any condition Any residential property, in any condition Traditional houses, flats, bungalows and so on, in apparently reasonable condition Any residential or other property, in any condition

Type Of Service

A standard report format A tailored report format A shorter, less detailed report in a standard format A detailed report that is tailored to suit your needs

Aim Of Service

To give you: Informed decision on the market value of a property taking into account its state of repair and location To give you: an assessment of a particular defect. Technical advice on how to rectify the defect To help you: make a reasoned and informed decision on whether to go ahead with buying the property; make an informed decision on what is a reasonable price to pay for the property; take account of any repairs or replacements the property needs; and consider what other advice you need to take before exchanging contracts To give you: a detailed assessment of the condition and construction of the property; and technical advice on any problems and


Can be used for legal or financial proceedings such as Matrimonial and Probate issues Provides condition ratings for elements of the building, services and any garages and permanent outbuildings Provides full details of the property’s construction, materials, uses, defects, and need for future maintenance

Form Of Report

Standard format Standard format RICS HomeBuyer Report which is a compact, standard format In the surveyor’s own format and usually longer, more detailed and technical than the RICS HomeBuyer Report