The RICS HomeBuyer Report is a detailed inspection of a property designed to provide the client with useful information in an easily understandable format at a reasonable cost.
The main objective is to assist the prospective purchaser in making a reasoned and informed judgement on whether or not to proceed with the purchase and to be clear about what decisions and actions should be taken before contracts are exchanged.
It is designed ideally for houses built since 1900, which are of conventional construction and in reasonable condition, although in some cases it may be suitable for older properties.
The report is presented in an easy to read format with standard headings and the minimum of technical jargon so that clients can quickly find the details they need. It is a concise and cost-effective report and therefore less detailed than a Building Survey.
It includes a coloured ‘traffic light’ system to easily identify the condition of the various elements of the property and information regarding property maintenance.
The RICS HomeBuyer Report includes advice on the recommended minimum buildings re-insurance sum. It does not include a market valuation of the property but one can be added if required.
Defects which are serious and/or need to be repaired, replaced or investigated urgently.
Defects that need repairing or replacing, but are not considered serious or urgent.
No repair is currently needed. The property must be maintained in the normal way.
"I am so grateful to you all at Cotswold Surveyors as without exception all my clients that I have recommended to you have said how impressed they were by both the reports they received and also the friendliness & accessibility of the surveyor concerned answering any queries they had as a result of the report."
Sue at JEM Financial
If you would like us to provide a quote for you, please get in touch with us. We can quote by email or over the phone. The quote process normally takes around 15 minutes and we can give you a price immediately.