FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How much does a Survey Cost?
GetHouseSurvey.co.uk offer pre purchase Level 2 Property Surveys at a set price of £599 including VAT.
What is a House Survey?
A House Survey (sometimes called Home Buyer Report, pre-purchase survey, building survey, structural survey etc.) is a visual inspection of the current condition of the property.
What is in a Survey?
Report on the Condition of Property
Details all Structural and Finish Issues
May include Comments on Planning Matters and Conditions of Boundaries
A Comprehensive Report prepared by Experienced and Qualified Surveyors
How does the Process Work?
Once you complete the online form at GetHouseSurvey.co.uk, then we take care of everything else.
Are your Surveyors Qualified?
Yes. All of our surveyors have at least 10 years experience, are registered with a governing body (i.e RICS) and hold professional indemnity insurance.
What if I have Questions about my Survey?
Then GetHouseSurvey.co.uk is here for you. You will have the contact details of the surveyor who conducted your survey and they are available to take calls or answer your questions by email.
Will the Survey meet my Bank's needs to get a Mortgage?
Yes. Our surveys are specifically design for pre purchase needs and meet the requirements of all banks and financial instituitions in Ireland.
Where do you Cover?
GetHouseSurvey.co.uk currently covers all of Northern Ireland and Wales with plans to offer services throughout the rest of the UK in 2021.
What Type of Report do I need for a Second Hand House / Property?
The GetHouseSurvey.co.uk Level 2 Home Buyer Survey Report is ideal for anyone looking to buy a second hand property. Whether it is for peace of mind or mortgage approval, this report will meet your needs.
What Type of Report do I need for a New House / Property?
A Level 1 Condition Report is more appropriate for a new build. GetHouseSurvey.co.uk can provide an experienced and qualified surveyor to conduct a survey on your property for £399 including VAT.
Do your Surveyors carry Professional Idemnity (PI) Insurance?
All Surveyors are fully qualified, with at least 10 years expereince and carry professional indemnity (PI) insurance.
What if I find problems after I move into my new home?
A structural survey is not a guarantee that problems won’t develop after you move in. However, if you believe that a problem was already visible at the time of the survey and should have been mentioned in the report, your first step should be to call and meet with the engineer to clarify the situation. Misunderstandings are often resolved in this manner.
All surveyors we work with carry professional indemnity liability insurance. The minimum amount of insurance coverage should cover the cost of re-instating your house if the surveyor misses something that he should have reported on.