RICS Homebuyers Report (without Valuation)
The RICS Homebuyer Report without valuation is a ‘level two’ survey report. It is specifically designed for home buyers buying a conventional house, flat or bungalow which was built from the late Victorian period (late 1800’s) onwards and is in reasonable condition. It describes the condition of the property, identifies any risks and potential legal issues, and provides details on defects that are considered serious enough to require repair or further investigation.
The RICS Homebuyer Report without Valuation will help you to make an informed decision on whether to go ahead with buying the property and to consider what further advice you should take before committing to purchase the property.
The report is usually completed within 5 working days of the inspection, is approximately 20 pages in length and is laid out and designed in a reader friendly, standardised format. It uses simple ‘traffic light’ ratings to clearly identify the condition of the key elements of the property.
The report is not as in-depth as an RICS Building Survey.
For Leasehold property it also includes an advice sheet and what assumptions are made in regard the lease, freehold and rights of way.
We are very happy to provide further, more detailed information including e-mailing survey information sheets and even a sample report if required.
Additional information can be found on the RICS website – visit www.rics.org/homesurveys
To book an appointment for properties in Kent please contact our Head Office on 01732 752099 or for properties in London on 020 80579890 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org