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RICS Home Surveys Information Sheet - Homebuyers Surveys - Homebuyers Survey Fees - Building/ Structural Surveys
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Our independent RICS surveyors noted damp stains, a sagging floor, old inefficient boiler, substandrd roof structure and mould.
Our Independent RICS Chartered Surveyors noted a leaking roof, penetrating damp, a buckled and frost damaged wall. Our surveyors had particular concerns about the likely cost of having to rebuild the wall and repair the leaking car park roof.
Our surveyors noted that the house was of timber framed construction. Our surveyors thus took particular care to look for damp that might rot the timber frame. Our surveyors also noted ponding of a flat roof. Our surveyors suggested further investigation as the deck might not be properly constructed.
Our surveyors noted beetles, damp, corroing steel and lack of parking arrangements. Our surveyors suggested further investigation before exchange of contracts in resect of all these matters due to possibe expensive remedial works. Our surveyors were particuarly concerned by humping of a concrete floor as mortgage surveyors might make the property unsuitable for lending purposes.
RICS Surveyors Report 1950 Terrace
Our RICS building surveyors found non standard construction, a leaning chimney, cold concrete floor and open stair rails
RICS Leicester surveyors homebuyers report on a 1950 bungalow
Homebuyers Survey Report 1950 Bungalow
Our Leicester Chartered Surveyors found a moss infested roof, blocked gutters, limited insualtion, and rotten timbers
Independent property survey of a 1930's Leicester semi detached house
Our Leicester RICS surveyors from damp floors, an uninvited guest, fractued roof and potentially hazardous stair rails
Homebuyers Survey of a Leicester 1910 Semi detached house by our independent property surveyors
Our Leicester Chartered Surveyors fround structural movement, a persistent leak, frost damage and an insecure ceiling whilst carrying out an RICS Homebuyers Survey of this Leicester 1910 semi detached house
Homebuyers Survey of a 1980 Leicester Terrace by our RICS Leicester Chartered Surveyors
Chartered Surveyors Report 1980 Terrace
Our Leicester RICS Surveyors found a blown over wall, wet rot, cold windows and missing roof bracing
Homebuyers Survey of a 1902 Derbyshire Terrace by our Leicester RICS Chartered Surveyors
Chartered Surveyors Homebuyers Report 1901 Terrace
Our Leicestershire RICS surveyors found fire escape problems, lifting felt, a dangerous wall and problems with rights of way
RICS Chartered Surveyors Photographs from the building survey of a Leicester 1940 Terrace
Our Leicester surveyors found blocked under floor vents, poor insualtion, poor fire escape arrangements and substandard electrics durring the Homebuyers Survey of a 1940 Leicester Terrace House
Homebuyers Report Photographs from a 1900 terrace property survey by our RICS Chartered Surveyors in Leicester
Independent Surveyors Report 1900 Terrace
Our Leicester surveyors found beetles, a rusty water tank, frost damaged chimney and defective electrics whilst undertaking an RICS Homebuyers Survey on a Leicester terrace
Photographs from a surveyors homebuyers report on a 1960's Leicester Dormer Bungalow
RICS Building Surveyors Report 1960 Dormer Bungalow
Survey of a 1960's dormer bungalow near to Leicester. Defects our Leicester Chartered Surveyors found included frost damged bricks, ponding on a garage roofroof voids without insulation and a dangerous loft hatch.
Photographs from a House Survey of a 1930's Leicester Terrace House
Independent Surveyors Report 1930 Terrace
Homebuyers Survey of a 1930's terrace near Leicester. Our Leicester RICS surveyors found missing window lintels, incorrectly aligned gutters, chimney salts and exposed metal on electrical fittings
Independent survey of a 1978 Leicester detached bungalow
Property Surveyors Report 1978 Bungalow
Residential property survey near Leicester. Our Leicester surveyors found roots in a drain, a distorted garage, leaning retaining wall and missing electrical earthing.
Homebuyers Survey of 1965 Leicester Bungalow
RICS Homebuyers Survey Report 1965 Bungalow
Building survey near Leicester. Our Leicester surveyors found an old and inefficjent boiler, unsupported chimney breast, mising lintels, old electical fitings and an invasion of ants.
Homebuyers Survey of a 1950's semi detached house near Leicester.
Surveyors Report 1950 Semi
Our Leicester building surveyors found severe damp problems, rotten decking, and strange objects in the garden.
Homebuyers Survey of a Leicester 1930's Terrace House by or Independent Chartered Surveyors
Homebuyers Report 1932 Terrace
Leicester Chartered Surveyors found leaking rainwater goods, damp walls, solid walls and a bowed roof durring the Homebuyers Survey of this 1930's Leicester terrace.
RICS BUILDING, STRUCTURAL AND PROPERTY SURVEYS IN LEICESTER
If you are you buying a property in Leicester then a pre-purchase Building or Homebuyers Survey may help avoid future expenses.
An RICS Building Survey will tell you about the condition of the property including the state of the chimneys, roofs, rainwater goods, roof edges, walls, floors, ceilings, partitions, windows and doors. We can tell you whether there is any structural movement or settlement, wet rot, dry rot, woodworm or damp problems. We give you an overview of the services such as the electrical installations, boiler, central heating, hot and cold water.
RICS Building Surveys provides a more detailed picture of a property’s construction and can be carried out on practically all residential properties.
The report is bespoke and tailored to your requests.
It is most suitable when the building is less conventional. This could be because it is very old, it has been built using unusual construction methods, or it is dilapidated. Similarly, it can be very informative if a building has been extensively altered
A standardized report produced by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) to highlight significant problems and matters requirng urgent investigation.
It is designed to flag up major defects and problems that need urgent or significant attention, because such issues will affect the property’s value.
It is the cost effective choice for the majority of property purchasers.
A valuation of the property and estimation of reinstatement cost for insurance purposes is included as standard in both our Building Survey and Homebuyers Survey reports.
Due to the time taken to measure the property Building Surveys cost considerably more than the Homebuyers Report, however you should bear in mind that they are unlikely to find any serious defects to the property that the Homebuyers Survey and Report will not.
It is considered that the Homebuyers Survey and Report will be suitable for most clients.
All Building Survey and Homebuyers Reports are undertaken by Steve Butler RICS Chartered Surveyor personally ensuring that personalized service to all our clients.
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Building Survey is owned by Steve Butler - RICS Chartered Surveyor, a member of the RICS Building Survey Valuation and Residential Property divisions.
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