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Since it is often difficult to decide which home survey to choose, especially if you’re buying your first home, we’ve put together a simple guide to make this decision easier for you.
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Level 1 RICS Home Survey (previously called a condition report)
Countrywide HomeFact Report (equivalent of a Level 1 with some extra features as outlined below)
Level 2 – RICS Home Survey (previously called a Homebuyer Survey)
Level 2 – RICS Home Survey with Valuation (previously called a Homebuyer Survey)
Level 3 – RICS Home Survey (previously called a Building Survey)
Describes the construction and condition of the property on the date of the inspection.
Aims to enable you to budget for any repairs or restoration.
General guidance is provided for major repairs
Aims to advise you on the amount of ongoing maintenance required in the future.
General maintenance tips are provided
Provides a reinstatement cost to help you avoid under or over-insurance.
Aims to establish how the property is built, what materials are used and how these will perform in the future
Aims to describe visible defects, plus exposing potential problems posed by hidden defects.
Aims to outline the repair options and give you a repair timeline, whilst explaining the consequences of not acting.
Provides specific comments on energy efficiency.
Provides a market valuation.
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