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Why do I need a Condition Survey Report?

You just want to check that everything is as good as it should be. A Condition Survey Report uses a traffic light system to identify any serious defects or problems with the property that need fixing - Green means everything is OK, Orange is some cause for concern, and Red means serious repairs are vital

This would be suitable for a standard, modern, new build property that’s in good condition and you want to be assured that’s everything is as it should be.

  • A Condition Survey Report is designed to complement the mortgage valuation, not replace it
  • It also provides you with a summary of the property’s defects and possible risks affecting the home
  • It does not include any valuation or advice (unless requested at an additional cost)

What is included in the Condition Survey Report?

This is a report carried out after our inspection of a building. It establishes its maintenance state and repair condition at that time.

The survey carries out inspections of the building elements, describing them and providing concise details of its current state. It identifies any risks, urgent defects and potential legal issues

The Condition Survey Report is the most basic type of survey we carry out. Although the report gives an overview of the property’s condition and highlights any significant issues, unlike the RICS Homebuyer Survey Report, it doesn’t go into as much detail.

If you want peace of mind that comes with an RICS Condition Survey Report, please call us on 020 7205 4534

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Why Choose London Chartered Surveyors?

We are regulated by the RICS – The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. We offer all three levels of RICS survey.

Whichever level of service you require, London Chartered Surveyors can give you reliable and cost effective support.

Call today for a free no-obligation quote on 020 7205 4534