When purchasing a property, you will want to make sure that your investment is structurally sound, and that there are no hidden surprises that could end up costing you a small fortune to put right. By making sure that you have acquired the correct property survey, you can save yourself a lot of stress and expense in the future.
A property survey will make sure that you are aware of any issues, either minor or major, before you buy, so that you can make an informed decision on whether you want to proceed with the purchase.
When buying property, your mortgage lender will do a valuation, but you shouldn’t rely on this as proof that there are no underlying issues with the home. Valuations are only a top level survey, and not an in depth condition and advisory report.
Our hard work is recognised through our awards that we have won, the latest being Best Surveyor/Valuer at the Financial Reporter Awards.
By using an established, well respected business such as Countrywide Surveyors, you can ensure that you are knowledgeable about every aspect of your intended property purchase, allowing you to negotiate the price or to arrange for repairs to be completed before committing to buy.
|For those purchasing regular properties|
|For those purchasing older properties|
|For those purchasing large properties|
|Traffic light rating - indicating the property’s condition|
|Notification of property parts needing urgent attention|
|Advice for conveyancers|
|Advice on repairs and on-going maintenance|
|Key risks report|
|Advice on issues affecting the property value|
|Insurance reinstatement cost|
|Comprehensive structural report|
|Description of defects|
|Outline of potential problems|
|Professional advice on repair options|
|For use by mortgage lenders|
Countrywide Surveying Services is a trading name of Countrywide Surveyors Ltd. Our registered office is Countrywide House, 88 – 103 Caldecotte Lake Drive, Caldecotte, Milton Keynes, MK7 8JT. Registered in England No. 1954031. Countrywide Surveying Services have in place professional indemnity insurance which is acceptable under our “Regulated by RICS” status.