Homebuyer Report

The Homebuyer report (also known as the Homebuyer Survey) is a detailed inspection and report designed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to give the buyer important information on the condition of the property in a user friendly and jargon free format.


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Building Survey

Formerly known as a Structural Survey, the Building Survey report is particularly suitable for old, very large or unusual properties such as typical stone/thatched houses, Listed buildings, etc, or when specific advice is required on proposed alterations. It can be tailored to the needs of the client and type of building.

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“I would happily recommend the services of Homesurv Ltd to anyone looking for a professional company to provide them with a comprehensive service when starting out on the process of purchasing a property.”

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Why Homesurv?

Largest independent provider of Homebuyer reports and Building Surveys in the area with hundreds of satisfied customers. Established since 1995 with two Directors being locally based at offices in Northampton and Peterborough and with 45 years collective experience. All surveys are undertaken by a Director with your interests in mind.

We specialise in surveys and valuations and are well known for our professional approach and quality of service along with our fast friendly service. If you are buying a house contact us to discuss your requirements and we will help you decide which survey is most suitable to your needs and the property you are buying.

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Please complete our free quotation form or give us a ring to discuss your requirements or receive advice on the type of survey you may need. Our support staff will be only too pleased to help but if your questions are of a more technical nature one of our surveyors will advise.

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News: Home survey

Posted: June 5, 2013 General News

Over a fifth of home buyers who did not take out a home survey are saddled with a property they would never have bought had they been aware of its true condition before purchase, according to new research by RICS. Results from RICS’ survey of home buying consumers, released today, show that many homeowners who did not take out a …

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