Homebuyer Surveying Questions and Answers - FAQs | Surveying Process. Which Survey?
At Homebuyer Surveying, we believe there is too much confusion in the marketplace when discussing property surveys and homebuyer reports. We have some of our top frequently asked questions (FAQs) listed below to help you when you are looking to order a homebuyer survey on your potential future home.
Homebuyer Surveying Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Do I contact my lender to organise my property survey?
You do not need to contact your lender to organise a Homebuyer Survey. Quite often your lender can suggest or recommend certain survey companies to carry out your survey. Our tip is go online and get a quote for your survey. Get an instant online price, direct from a RICS certified professional, that knows the area where you are purchasing the property.
2. Which type of Property Survey should I choose?
Most Homebuyers and Investors ask for a Valuation and a Survey together. This report is the RICS Homebuyer Report Survey. If the property is old or unconventional in build, then a structural survey should be considered. This is known as a Premium Building Survey. You can obtain a quote for your property survey online right now.
3. How long does a survey take to carry out?
The survey typically takes 3.5 hours from start to finish. Local travelling, visit the property, return to the office and write up the report.
4. I need a survey carrying out urgently this week - Is this achievable?
Homebuyer Surveying has national coverage throughout England and Wales. We have complete visibility through our various back office systems, of which Surveyors (even outside of your locality), may be able to help. If your survey is urgent, we have the contacts, the knowledge and the systems to find you the best surveyor at the best price.
5. After my survey has been carried out, can I discuss my report with my Surveyor?
Homebuyer Surveying is all about providing you with the tools, information and pricing, to make informed decisions. We are more than happy to arrange a callback from your RICS Surveyor to discuss your Survey in more detail and will always provide you with the full contact details of your RICS Chartered Surveyor when ordering through Homebuyer Surveying.