Buying property is, without a doubt, one of the biggest investments you will ever make. During these uncertain times, it only seems logical that you would want to protect this purchase by ensuring that the house is in good working condition.
All that you need to do is spend a relatively small amount on a survey and you can rest assured that you will be avoiding any potential expenses or general uncertainty.
Well, here are some of the potential dangers you can avoid, simply by getting a survey.
17% of customers, who didn’t had no survey, typically spend up to £12,000 – would you?
A survey inspects the property to ensure that any unapparent defects such as wet or dry rot, problems with the roof or any general anomalies are highlighted – so that you can make an informed decision. Many of which can get progressively worse and more expensive once you move in. These kinds of shortcomings typically end up costing 17% of new homeowners more than £12,000 on average, to make their homes habitable.
You could use it to renegotiate the price
Furthermore, if your survey finds any hidden damages or deficiencies, this can be used to broker the price with the seller. By using this invaluable knowledge and advice from an expert working in the field, you could potentially reduce the asking price by a significant amount.
A surveyor can ensure peace of mind
Our surveyors are RICS regulated and work on your behalf. It is their job to identify any defects and ensure that you can make an informed decision. For example, when you book an independent survey, our surveyors are guaranteed to call you within 24 hours to discuss any key details that emerged in the report.
To book a survey and ensure peace of mind, during these uncertain times, then contact our helpful and friendly sales team by telephone on 01249 569010, for expert advice and guidance. Alternatively, to instantly book a survey for your property, you can do so by clicking here.