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Peace of mind for your property purchase.

Buying your home (or investment property) is possibly THE biggest purchase of your life.

It’s incredibly important. You’ll want to get it right and feel confident your money is safe. Plus, the future happiness of your family is at stake.

Local to London and the South East, we’re an independent family business – not a large national agent. Experienced in-house surveyors complete your RICS property survey, creating an easy-to-understand report you’ll welcome. We’re ready to support you every step of the way.

It’s a daunting process, so we help you choose the right RICS survey for your property. You’ll have all the information and advice you need. Don’t skimp on such an important service.

Be on first name terms with your in-house surveyor. They’re at the end of the phone (or email) – even after you’ve got your report. We’re on your side until you get there.

Whether you’re buying a new build or a period home, we give you answers quickly. No more worrying, just facts to help you get this right.

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Remember, we’re independent and regulated by RICS. You’ll get the attention you deserve and the answers you need to make an informed decision quickly.

Simply fill in our form and get a quote for your specific property. It really is as easy as one, two, three…


Which survey do I need?

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Inspection of the structure up to 1650 Sqft
Photographs taken during survey
Inspection of the building services (Gas, Electrics, solar, plumbing and accessible drainage chamber)
Inspection of outbuildings and grounds
Fixtures and fittings
Dampness and timber defects check (Check for damp and rot)
Environmental factors (Nuisance etc.)
Hazardous materials check (Asbestos, lead and Anthrax etc. - Visual only)
Health and Safety hazards and risks.
Building control compliance check and comments
Planning, Conservation, and Extension Feasibility Guidance
Subsidence risk assessment
Flood risk assessment
Assessment of structural cracks and alterations
Email summary of findings within 48 hrs
Breakdown of estimated repair costs, improvement costs and provisional costs with recommended trades.£250 inc VAT
Aerial roof and chimney images£180 inc VAT
Insurance reinstatement Valuation (Rebuild Cost)£180 inc VAT
Thermal images of perimeter surfaces (visualise heat loss, thermal gain and saturation of building fabric) £180 inc VAT
RICS Survey in electronic format
Turnaround Time3-5 Working Days7-10 Working Days7-12 Working Days7-12 Working Days


Don’t worry,
we’ve helped many people like you.

When you’ve found a dream property, you want answers quickly.
Is it a wise purchase? Does it have defects?
By choosing an independent RICS property surveyor, you make informed decisions.
And you’ve got an expert by your side during a stressful, yet exciting time.


CHOOSE YOUR RICS SURVEY

get your rics survey in just 3 easy steps…

1

Get a Quote

Enter required details into our quote form, and you will receive an instant quote for each RICS Survey.

Choose Your RICS Survey Report and Pay

Once you have chosen your RICS Survey, pay the fee to get the booking process started.

2

3

Relax 

Leave the rest to us. We will coordinate the entire process to get your RICS survey booked in and keep you updated by email and SMS every step of the way.

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