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Your home is likely to be one of the most expensive purchases you will ever make, and so it is important to make sure your investment is secure. You can do this by having an RICS homebuyer report done on the property; this will provide information on the state of the property, including any defects that require your attention. It will also provide advice on ongoing maintenance.
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What do you need to know about RICS HomeBuyer Report?
RICS is the professional body for chartered surveyors and is responsible for setting and maintaining the standards for industry. A HomeBuyer Report is suitable for most types of residential properties. It is a report of a property survey that includes a descriptions and ratings for the conditions in the property. It includes a summary of defects and additional repair advice.If your home is small or quite new, you may be fine with the cheaper and less detailed RICS condition report. Alternatively, if your property is particularly large and expensive an RICS building survey will be better suited to you. RICS itself can give you advice on what would be best for your property.
It is your responsibility to make sure that your final hire is RICS certified to carry out a homebuyer report. One way you can find out is to check the RICS database, or of course asking the tradesman directly. They should be able to provide detail on all of their qualifications, as well as their experience: have they done reports for properties similar to yours in the past? Can they provide positive customer reviews to show their work has been well received?