The Good Surveyor Ltd is a Gloucester-based surveyor that serves the Bristol and Gloucester areas. We provide an array of surveying services including RICS Level 2 and 3 reports and Valuations. We are regulated by RICS and the Residential Property Surveyors Association, meaning that you can be assured that your needs and requirements are met.
Our team will take the time to understand you and your expectations to ensure that you are receiving the best advice and support when it comes to your new property. Once we have completed the survey, we will write up the report but we can also meet onsite or have a full debrief via telephone or video call. This gives you the chance to ask us any questions that you may have.
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Building Survey (RICS Level 3 Report)
The RICS Level 3 Report, also known as a Building Survey, is the most comprehensive survey. This is ideal for older properties or properties with non-standard construction. Properties that are in poor condition that require significant refurbishment will also benefit from a RICS Level 3 Survey. Your surveyor will thoroughly inspect the interior and exterior of the property, including areas that are difficult to access.
HomeBuyers Report (RICS Level 2 Survey)
The RICS Level 2 Survey, also known as the HomeBuyers Report, is the most common type of survey conducted. It is a mid-range survey that is ideal for newer properties and properties with standard construction. Your surveyor will inspect the interior and exterior of the property. However, they will not inspect areas that are difficult to access. They will highlight any defects but will not delve into reparation advice as is the case with the Building Survey.
We also offer the RICS Valuation Report which can be added to your survey at an extra cost. Your surveyor will conduct a brief inspection of the property's location and condition. They will then determine the market value from this, allowing you to determine whether you should proceed with the transaction, renegotiate your offer, or withdraw from the sale completely.
Areas CoveredGloucester (GL)