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What is RICS Homebuyer Report?
An RICS Homebuyer Report is a pre-purchase property survey that is carried out by a qualified surveyor. The surveyor will inspect the property and provide a report detailing any issues that they find, as well as their estimated cost of repair. The report will also include a valuation of the property.
Homebuyer reports are typically used by people who are buying a property that is not their main home, for example, if they are purchasing a buy-to-let investment.
RICS Homebuyer Reports are a great way to get an idea of the condition of a property before you purchase it. They can help you to decide whether or not to buy a property, and if you do decide to buy, they can help you to negotiate a better price.
If you’re thinking of buying a property, it’s important to consider getting an RICS Homebuyer Report.
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At Landlord Safety Certificate, we are a qualified RICS Chartered surveyor. This means that you can be confident when getting your RICS homebuyer report that you’re getting the best possible advice and service when you choose us. We also offer quick and cost-effective service, so you can get the information you need quickly and easily.
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RICS Condition Report In London
The RICS Condition report is one of the most basic homebuyer survey reports in London. Sometimes it is referred to as a Level 1 survey. The report will identify any major issues with the property, such as structural problems or damage to the roof, and will estimate the cost of repairing them.
Homebuyers who are purchasing a property that is not their main home may find a condition report helpful, as it will give them a better idea of the overall condition of the property with an EICR Report. The report can also be used by people who are refinancing or remortgaging their home.
The report will demonstrate the electrical, plumbing, central heating, gas and any damp issues in the property.
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Standard Home Buyers Report
Survey by NICEIC & Gas Safe Engineer for detailed report.
Home Buyers Report & EICR
Less Detailed but still suitable for most properties.
RICS Home buyer survey - level 2
A Detailed survey with the estimation of cost of repairs.
RICS building survey - level 3
A more detailed survey for buildings in poor condition & estimations.
Why do I need an RICS Homebuyer Report?
The RICS homebuyer report is an important document that can help you reduce the risks associated with purchasing a property. The report will give you a detailed overview of the condition of the property, as well as any issues that need to be fixed. This information can help you make an informed decision about whether or not to buy the property.
The homebuyer report is also a valuable document for use in sale negotiations. If you decide to sell the property in the future, potential buyers will be interested in seeing the condition report so that they can gauge the cost of any necessary repairs.
How long does an RICS Homebuyer report take?
The surveyor will normally spend 3-4 hours inspecting the property and after the inspection is complete, the report can be ready within 4-5 working days for your consideration.
AUTHORISED & REGISTERED
Electrical and Gas Safety Certificates are a legal requirement and can only be authorized by ELECSA, NICEIC, NAPIT, and Gas Safe registered electrician and engineers. They will verify that all electrical parts and gas appliances such as plug sockets fuse boxes and even the wiring is working properly and safe for the use of your tenants.