Aside from Home Buyer Surveys, we also offer Property Valuations, where one of our local RICS Chartered Surveyors will visit the property and perform a valuation. This valuation will help you determine the property’s worth to the UK property market, making sure you are either buying or selling at the correct value.
This formal valuation report will access the property and then compare it to three comparable properties within the same or similar area, giving you an indicative value of the property to move forward with
Our RICS-regulated valuation can help you identify obvious issues that will decrease the value of a property. This gives you the chance to make improvements and increase your property's value.
The valuation is also really useful to understand how valuable the property currently is and if now is the right time to put it on the market. The valuation is also ideally suited for help to buy, inheritance tax and probate reasons.
If you are in the market for a property a professional valuation can ensure you are not paying way above the true market value. It's important with your first, or even subsequent property purchases to ensure your investment is spent wisely.
If you have any questions regarding a valuation, don't hesitate to contact our team to learn more.
Learn more about Surveys
If you are considering purchasing a property, we think it is advisable to undertake a professional survey, which will allow you to find out the exact condition of the property, including any potential issues, before the sale is completed. By providing a highly professional and experienced surveyor to make sure you are as informed as you can be about the property in question.
We offer Level 1 to 3 RICS-regulated home surveys that increase in detail. One of our trained experts can help spot and support any minor or significant underlying issues within a property in greater detail, exposing any hidden defects using our highly trained eyes, which are often missed in general viewings.
We can work with you to identify repairs and defects, the timelines and costs associated and discuss the consequences if not acted upon.