The Chartered Surveyor .com is a Hull-based surveyor serving various areas including Doncaster, Lincoln, and York. As a Chartered Fellow of RICS, we can be relied on to conduct surveys to the best standard. Offering an array of services including the RICS Home Survey Levels 2 and 3.
Our mission is to provide high-quality services for our valued clients, meaning that our team will go above and beyond to ensure that your needs and requirements are met. We pride ourselves on our open communication and exceptional service, finishing every project on schedule with the highest level of expertise.
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RICS Home Survey Level 2
The RICS Home Survey Level 2, also known as the HomeBuyers Report, is the most popular type of survey requested. Ideal for newer properties and homes that have standard construction, the Level 2 Survey is an intermediate report that is more detailed than the RICS Home Survey Level 1 report, but less comprehensive than the Level 3.
Your surveyor will inspect both the interior and exterior of the property, highlighting any defects that could negatively impact the value of the property and the surrounding area. Our reports are highly detailed and easy to read, following the format and regulations laid out by RICS. Your surveyor will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding the report. This ensures that you have confidence in your property transaction.
RICS Home Survey Level 3
The RICS Home Survey Level 3, also known as a Building Survey, is the most comprehensive and detailed survey option available. This option is suitable for all property types but is best suited for older properties and properties that are made with unusual materials and non-standard construction.
Your surveyor will inspect the interior and exterior of the property, including areas that are difficult to access. They will highlight any defects in detail and provide reparation advice as well as an estimated reparation cost. This will give you an idea as to whether to proceed with the transaction, renegotiate your offer, or withdraw from the sale altogether.
Areas CoveredDoncaster (DN), Hull (HU)