An RICS Level 3 Home Survey is the most in-depth and comprehensive report available. It provides a detailed picture of the property’s construction and condition, which can be crucial for anyone buying a home, selling a home, or looking to invest in their current home.
This report includes the roof, chimney, wall, floor, ceiling, door, and windows. It also contains advice on how to deal with certain problems discovered at the property, including repair options and the consequences of leaving any potential issues untreated. In the industry, this report is often referred to as a Building Survey.
Allow us to find a qualified RICS surveyor from our nationwide team and we’ll help you to schedule an in-depth RICS Level 3 Home Survey today.
You should choose an RICS Level 3 Home Survey (formerly called a Building Survey) if you’re dealing with a run-down, larger or older property, a building that is unusual or altered, or if you’re planning major works. This in-depth survey includes a thorough inspection and report to highlight any potential issues arising from visible and hidden flaws, provides an outline of the repair options available, and draws attention to serious or potentially dangerous conditions.
For more information, request a quote today and we’ll find an RICS surveyor who can help you learn more about your property before committing to any major investment.
Please keep in mind that this survey doesn’t include a valuation. We can offer a valuation alongside our RICS Level 3 Home Survey if you require this additional service.
How much does an RICS Level 3 Home Survey cost?
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When reviewing your mortgage application, your lender may enlist the specialist advice of a RICS Valuer to help them decide how to fund the property you are buying, or remortgaging. At SDL Surveying, we are instructed to provide valuations for a range of national lending organisations.