LEVEL 1 SURVEYS

(KNOWN AS CONDITION REPORTS UNTIL DECEMBER 2020)


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Choose this type of Survey if you’re buying or selling a conventional house, flat or bungalow built from common building materials and in reasonable condition. It focuses purely on the condition of the property, without going into as much detail as the Level 2 or Level 3 Surveys. 



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SURVEY TYPES AT A GLANCE

WITH SURVEYS, ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL!

It is important to choose the right type of survey for the property you are buying and your own specific requirements.

The information below is taken from the RICS Information Sheet: Helping you choose the right Survey, updated for the RICS guidance published in November 2019.


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RECENT SURVEYS

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NORTH London


RICS Condition Report in Edgware, London, HA8

 

The property was a modern purpose built ground floor flat in a four storey block. The property was in need of upgrading of many of the services installations, and there were some communal maintenance liabilities that we advised clarifying. The client was able to proceed knowing that there were no significant defects or issues with the property.




EAST London


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WEST London


RICS Condition Report and Probate Valuation, Hanwell, London, W7 

A Homebuyer Survey was chosen because this large Victorian semi detached house was subject to probate, and the occupiers wanted to establish whether repairs were considered necessary, prior to disposal. We identified a number of defects in respect of dampness and defective joinery and rainwater goods, together with a number of drainage and potential tree root damage issues. 





Outside London


RICS Condition Report Harpenden, Hertfordshire,  AL5

A modern end terrace house built in 2004.

No specific issues or significant defects, but some minor maintenance issues identified, giving overall peace of mind for the purchaser.




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