Valuations provide an accurate estimate of a property’s value while a building survey highlights defects and areas for improvement. Our fees are primarily based on the estimated value of your home, though variables such as location as well as property type and condition contribute to the total cost. Please note that the estimated value refers to the current marketing or sales price of the entire property rather than your equity share. Find out how much your home is worth to get an instant quote below.
If you want to know whether your property of interest or current home is worth its asking price, you’ll need a valuation from an independent RICS registered valuer. The price of a valuation mostly depends on the property’s estimated value, which refers to the entirety of the property rather than your equity share if your home was purchased under a shared ownership scheme.
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The price of a building survey largely depends on the location, type and size of your property. However, other factors, such as the extent of the findings and the chartered surveyors you choose, can affect the total price.
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How much you’ll pay for a RICS HomeBuyer Report mostly depends on the property’s type, location and size, though it can include a market valuation for an additional fee. Because some chartered surveyors charge more than others, you might want to compare RICS HomeBuyer Report quotes.
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Snagging Lists typically cost from a few hundred pounds to just over a thousand, depending on the type, size and location of your new-build property.
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