Based in London, we are Surveyor Sorted. We are a RICS regulated chartered surveyors with an in-depth knowledge of the chartered property surveying industry. We pride ourselves on our professional and friendly service, which continues to give us many happy and returning customers.
All our team are RICS qualified, which means we have invaluable experience that helps us with every type of survey. We are proud to provide a RICS HomeBuyers Report and a RICS Building Survey around the London area. We will thoroughly examine your property for hidden damage and defects, offering our expert and professional advice.
You'll have peace of mind knowing that Surveyor Sorted are one of the fastest growing and developing network of RICS regulated chartered surveyors in the UK.
At Surveyor Sorted, our HomeBuyers Report is suitable for most properties, however, it’s not suitable for those constructed with unique building materials. If your property remains in good condition, then our homebuyer report will be better suited for you.
One of our RICS chartered surveyors will assess the condition and structure of your property, searching for any hidden damage and defects. Common issues we find are damp, rot and infestations. A homebuyer report will highlight these issues and prevent them from cropping up later on.
We will present our results in a thorough but easy to read report. We will offer our expert advice and opinion on what to do next with your property.
A Building Survey is the most comprehensive survey, suitable for every type of property. If your house has undergone major reconstruction work, you plan to have work done in the future, or your house was constructed with unusual materials, then it’s advised to have a building survey.
Our building survey is the most in-depth and looks beyond the floorboards and behind furniture. We will assess your property’s structure and construction, searching for any minor and major defects that you won’t be able to spot yourself.
We will present our findings in an easy to read but detailed report, making it clear on what the major areas of concern are.