The homebuyer report focuses on defects and problems that are urgent and likely to have an effect on value.


According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the main objectives of the Homebuyer’s report are to:

  • Make a reasoned and informed judgement on whether or not to proceed with the purchase.
  • Assess whether or not the property is a reasonable purchase at the agreed price.
  • Make clear what decisions and actions should be taken before contracts are exchanged.

BCONNECTIONS20110524-06At Marwood Surveyors we inspect the building in detail and comment relative to any significant as well as non significant maintenance works that may be required both pre and post exchange of contracts. We highlight any urgent matters and draw attention to anything we believe your solicitor should look into on your behalf.

We also look at extensive comparable evidence in the local area to make sure you are paying the ‘right’ price in keeping with local market conditions.

We include a housing market overview and forecast.

Following our inspection we are happy to offer a post survey consultation to allow you the opportunity to discuss with us any concerns that you may have relative to the property, its condition or purchase price.

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