Benefits of having a residential survey
Whether you’re buying your very first home or moving again, you must have a house survey done. You’re spending a lot of money on your new property, and a residential survey can help you find out about the condition of the building you’re investing in.
Is having a survey necessary?
Being forewarned is being forearmed. Once you’ve made an offer on a property and it’s been accepted, a survey will allow you to make an informed decision about how much you’re willing to pay, by taking into consideration any problems that you may need to deal with once you own the property.
Evidence from the survey gives you a high bargaining chip which allows you to negotiate the buying price.
You can budget for any repairs you’ll need to make or ask the current owner to resolve any issues before you pay the full price and move in.
What is a survey likely to tell me?
If you don’t conduct a residential survey, you’re stepping into the unknown.
The last thing you want is to move in and discover you have £10,000 of repairs to deal with to make your house a liveable home.
Some homes have hidden horrors like damp, faulty electrical wiring, or crumbling walls.
You may not notice these flaws on your original tour of the property because you’re so smitten with its surface appearance.
When you have a qualified professional look in more depth, these problems may become evident. The survey will be able to identify any potentially costly problems that may not be noticeable at first glance.
How can Pallisters help?
At John Pallister, we have over 40 years of experience conducting local residential surveys.
We aim to provide high-quality surveys to address your main priorities and areas of concern. We provide you with the knowledge you need to make a decision, like our clients Mr and Mrs J from the Olympic Borough of Hackney who explained:
“We lived in North London and were buying in the Ribble Valley. What we wanted was somebody with real, local knowledge to help us. The survey, speed of delivery and added service value was invaluable in us achieving what we wanted”.
We can offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to provide you with a high-quality house buyer’s survey. We’ll spend at least three to four hours surveying the property to uncover potentially urgent and significant issues you will need to consider.
What happens after the survey is complete?
Once the survey is complete, we’ll ensure you receive a detailed written report that’s specific to your property, all based on your residential survey.
We can assure you of our honesty and reliability by showing you what our satisfied customers have to say on our testimonials page.
Don’t make your move without talking to us and discussing what we can do to take the unknown out of the biggest purchase you’ll ever make.
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