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RICS Home Survey Level 2


RICS Home Survey Level 3

Describes the construction and condition of the property on the date of the inspection tick tick tick
Aims to identify and problems that need urgent attention or are serious tick tick tick
Aims to identify things that need to be investigated further to prevent serious damage tick tick tick
Gives a scoring system showing the severity of each area of damage that was checked tick



(Green, Amber, Red)

Report is completed and sent digitally the same day as the survey was taken place tick
Includes the standard visual inspection during which secured panels, electrical fittings, inspection chamber covers and other similar features are not removed tick tick tick
Aims to enable you to budget for any repairs or restoration tick tick
Aims to advise you on the amount of ongoing maintenance required in the future tick tick
An enhanced service that includes all the features of the standard inspection plus a more extensive roof space and underground drainage inspection  tick tick tick
Provides a reinstatement cost to help you avoid under- or over-insurance tick
Provides market valuation tick
Aims to establish how the property is built, what materials are used and how these will perform in the future tick
Aims to describe visible defects, plus exposing potential problems posed by hidden defects tick
Aims to outline the repair options and give you a repair timeline, whilst explaining the consequences of not acting tick
A longer and more detailed visual inspection of a wider range of issues including a more thorough consideration of the roof space, grounds, floors and services tick
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Homescore Survey

24HR Turnaround

  • Level 1 RICS Survey
  • Simple 1 – 10 Scoring System
  • Digital completion within 24hr
  • Uncluttered easy to understand report
  • Professional homebuying advice
  • Maintenance advice guide

The survey highlights up to 18 different areas of concern and general condition of the property in a clear format. However, it is not suitable for older properties, in poor condition or if the property is made of uncommon materials. The survey is undertaken digitally and sent to the purchaser within the same day.

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RICS Home Survey Level 2

Most Popular

  • Optional valuation available
  • Cost effective
  • Easy to read traffic light scoring system
  • Highlights problems that could impact the value of the property
  • Advice on repairs and ongoing maintenance

Most likely to be recommended. This is an extensive and detailed inspection to help you better judge the cost of future maintenance, repair and restoration works. This is most suitable for conventional properties in a reasonable to good condition built in the last 150 years with traditional materials with no obvious defects.

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RICS Home Survey Level 3

Most In Depth

  • Most detailed inspection available
  • Better for older properties
  • Will uncover hidden structural defects
  • Ideal if you plan significant building works
  • For properties with major previous building works

Most expensive and detailed survey and is essential for larger, older or unusual properties, as well as if you’re planning renovation works. Unlike with the other survey types, the surveyor will get into the attic and look between floors (if possible), as well as above ceilings to find any hidden issues.

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