How it works

1.

Describe your job

What kind of survey do you need carrying out? Let us help you decide.
2.

Review quotes for free

What suits your needs and is the best value for money?
3.

Choose your surveyor

Select the right RICS qualified firm for you.
4.

Receive your survey

Get the job done and have peace of mind!

Why a survey?

The valuation is NOT a survey

Surveys are for your benefit, whereas valuations are for lenders to decide whether a property is safe to lend on – you shouldn’t see a valuation as a substitute.

Lower the purchase price

Use the survey to renegotiate the price of the property with the seller if you find problems.

No surprises

Avoid having to pay on average £5,750 in unexpected repair bills due to not getting a proper survey done

Get peace of mind

Learn the true condition of the property before buying. A survey will highlight current and potential problems.

Select RICS Survey Type

RICS Condition Report

Level 1

These surveys are designed to give you a quick summary of the state of the property at an affordable price.

RICS Homebuyer Report

Level 2

This is in essence a more detailed version of the Condition Report, with a more extensive inspection to help you better judge the cost of future maintenance, repair and restoration works.

RICS Building Survey

Level 3

This is the most expensive and detailed survey and is essential for larger, older or unusual properties, as well as if you’re planning renovation work.

Client’s Testimonials

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    Charles Thackray, Founder & CEO

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