…what’s the difference?
When you’re buying a new home, you want to be confident that the price you’re paying represents good value. A valuation report is based on a limited inspection of the property and is intended only to provide valuation advice. So, you’ll be able to get an idea of the property’s current market value, but you won’t get any further information about the property itself.
A survey will provide much more information on the potential property, particularly focusing on the overall condition of the structure and fittings, which can heavily impact the long-term costs of living there.
Surveys come in a range of formats and offer different levels of investigation and advice. It’s important that you understand the different options available so that you get the right service to meet your needs.
Why Choose A B & C Surveyors Ltd
Buying a property is one of the biggest financial commitments you’re likely to make. A key part of the process is to have the property inspected to ensure you avoid any costly surprises in store after the sale has gone through.
Our surveyor, Matt Morris, has been providing property advice for over 20 years. We are totally independent and regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Choosing us means you can be confident that:
You’ll have a choice of reports
The surveyor preparing your report will be locally based – giving you local knowledge and experience
The reports you receive are of the highest quality
You’ll be buying your property with the key facts you need to make an informed decision
Our surveyor is a registered member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
1 South Parade, Chew Magna, Bristol, Somerset, BS40 8SH
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