RICS Home buyers Surveys and Reports Stoke on Trent Crewe Newcastle under Lyme Stone Stafford
Prepared in an easy to read jargon free standard format designed by the RICS the Homebuyer report aims to help you:
make a reasoned and informed decision on
whether to go ahead with buying the property;
make an informed decision on what is a reasonable
price to pay for the property;
take account of any repairs or replacements the
consider what further advice you should take
before exchanging contracts; and
determine how much to insure the property for
To help describe the condition of the home, the surveyor gives
condition ratings to the main parts (or 'elements') of the
building, garage, and some parts outside.
Defects which are serious and/or need to be repaired, replaced or investigated urgently.
Defects that need repairing or replacing but are not considered to be either serious or urgent. The property must be maintained in the normal way.
No repair is currently needed. The property must be maintained in the normal way.
N/I Not inspected.
The surveyor also advises and matters that your legal advisers should investigate and imminent risks to the property or people.
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Photographs from recent Homebuyers Surveys in Stoke on Trent Crewe Newcastle under Lyme Stone Stafford
These important underfloor vents have been partially blocked. The vents are important as they allow air to flow under the property removing condensation that can cause decay and encourage beetles. The air flow is particularly important to stop dry rot forming as dry rot likes damp and still conditions. Such vents are often blocked by laying paths as in this instance, in a mistaken belief that they will stop draughts in the property, to keep out wasps and bees which will not harm the property or people if left undisturbed or because of the construction of conservatories and extensions. Once extensions or conservatories are constructed it is almost impossible to re-open the vents. In these instances mechanical dehumidifiers or fans may be required to disturb the under floor air.
Asbestos cement flue pipe seen by our Stoke on Trent Chartered Surveyors on a structural survey of a residential property. While asbestos is potentially highly dangerous in this form it can be managed with simple precautions such as a mask of there is a need to disturb it. This is because the asbestos if so well bound into the cement that large quantities of fibres cannot escape unless the cement is broken up into small pieces. If needing to disturb the pipe gels are available to cover the pipe in to further reduce the risk of fibres escaping if it is damaged.
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