Looking for a local property surveyor in Norwich? At McCallums, our Property Surveys are carried out by our fully (AssocRICS, MRICS or FRICS) qualified surveyors. We help clients understand the condition of each element of the building, whilst carefully identifying any defects and damage there may be on the property.
Our property surveys provide you with a detailed analysis of the property, construction methods used and the general condition of the property. We provide you with a comprehensive report that includes advice on defects and apparent causes, urgency of repairs, maintenance options and costs required to bring the property back to sound condition.
We provide property surveys on all building types, and because we are qualified and accredited, you get a professional service that you can rely on. Whether it’s a Home Buyer Report or a Building Survey, click ‘contact us‘, fill in the quick form with your surveying needs in Norwich, and we’ll be in touch with you.
Areas We Service In Norwich
Cringleford, Costessey, Spixworth, Poringland, Hethersett, Horsford, Mulbarton, Brundall, Worxham-Hoveton, Coltishall, Lingwood, Wymondham, Loddon, Long Stratton, Acle, Aylsham, Ditchingham, Stalham.
Our Home Buyers reports provide you with a concise report, set out in standard format and using the colour coded condition rating system. This type of survey is more suitable for smaller and/or more modern new-built properties.
Specifically, our Home Buyers Survey provides advice to the purchaser on what action should be taken prior to entering a commitment to proceed. This report also provides advice on repairs and possible ongoing maintenance requirements. Our Home Buyers Survey also provides you with a valuation that reflects the condition of the property.
A Building Survey is the most detailed type of survey that we offer, one that can be tailored to your individual requirements. Our Building Survey is a fully comprehensive report which follows an extensive examination of the building. This type of survey will provide you with details on the materials and methods of construction that have been used.
We advise on defects and areas of concern and will provide appropriate repair options where necessary. McCallums Property Surveys are recommended for properties that are older, larger , have had previous alterations or extensions, or are of an unusual construction.
A property survey is a detailed inspection of a property’s condition. The surveyor inspects the property and tells you if there are structural problems i.e unstable walls or subsidence. They will highlight any major repairs or alterations, such as fixing the roof or chimney chute. A surveyors report also provides expert commentary on the property, from the type of wall to the type of glazing.
A Home Buyer Report is appropriate for properties that are under 100 years old, or are generally in good condition. The report uses a traffic light system where problems are pointed out, along with areas that can be improved, and those that have no issues. A surveyor will spend 1-2 hours approximately assessing the property, and then filling out the report. Most surveyors will be happy to talk the report through with a client by telephone if they are concerned or need clarification. The cost of a Home Buyer Report (Level 2) starts from about £400.
The survey will inspect all visible and accessible parts of a building, including roofs, walls, floors, windows and doors, chimneys, cellars, garages and outbuildings. Surveyors have a legal responsibility to discover and inform of any major problems with a property, so during the building inspection surveyors will actively search for potential problems and building defects.
Buying a property is probably the largest purchase that most of us will ever make. And with so much money at stake it’s logical to want to be as fully informed as possible so that there are no nasty surprises when you move in – that’s exactly what a McCallums property survey is all about. We provide you with a comprehensive description of the condition of your property and detail any identified defects.
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