Experienced RICS Surveyors

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Fixed Cost

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How do I Find a Surveyor Near Me?

Finding a local surveyor can be time consuming and involve many phone calls, emails and comparing prices.  Obviously this is where we can help. For hassle free quick property surveys, simple complete our form below or  email us at if you have any questions.

At the end of the day you are paying for an experienced registered professional to give you their opinion on the integrity of the property you are hoping to purchase to give you peace of mind.


To be safe, regardless of whether you choose us or not, we simple recommend that you ensure the surveyor is registered with a relevant professional body such as the RICS and that they have 10+ years experience.



All our surveyors are RICS registered. RICS surveyors must also follow a clear set of best practices to ensure they provide an exceptional service and work to the highest industry standards. As part of this, all RICS members regularly update their skills and knowledge through professional career-long development to make sure you always receive the best possible service.


As a added condition, we require all our RICS surveyors to carry their own PI insurance and have at least 10 years experience.


We offer fixed price reports with no hidden charges. We arrange everything. No hassle.




Complete form and pay for your survey online in 2 minutes



We assign a local RICS Surveyor to complete survey in next 5-7 business days



Surveyor arranges access and conducts the property survey



Completed Report is delivered to you by email and you are 1 step closer to your new home


Sam Jones

Customer Success Manager


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How Much does a Survey Cost?

RICS Level 2

£599 including VAT

  • The marketing leading property survey report

  • Provides a clear assessment of the property indicating what actions may need to be taken

  • Visual inspection of easily accessible parts of the property

  • Inspection of permanent outdoor buildings and outside of the property building including roofing, windows, walls, doors, pipes and gutters

  • Comment on the condition of the heating, electric, gas/oil and water system

  • Proposals for any further special inspections and subsequent work which may need to be done

  • Considerations for your legal advisor

  • Turnaround time 5-7 business days

Property must not exceed 2,500 sq. ft.

RICS Level 3

£899 including VAT

  • The most detailed type of survey for home buyers

  • A structural survey of the property including, a description of visible defects and potential problems caused by hidden flaws.


  • Gives an outline of repair options and the likely consequences of inactivity, advice for your legal advisers and details of serious risks and dangerous conditions.

  • Thorough inspection of all accessible parts of the property

  • Assessment of all major and minor faults found within the property

  • Examination of the potential for hidden defects

  • Assessment of timbers for rot and active woodworm infestation

  • Comment on the condition of the heating, electric, gas/oil and water system

  • Investigation into the condition of damp proofing, insulation, and drainage

  • Full structural survey cost estimation and maintenance and repair costs where necessary

  • Information on environmental hazards and considerations for your legal advisor

  • Proposals for any further special inspections and subsequent work which may need to be done

  • Turnaround time 5-7 business days

Property must not exceed 2,500 sq. ft.



The survey was carried out within four days of our initial contact with GetHouseSurvey. The service provided was superb from start to finish. The surveyor was efficient, knowledgeable and recommended a course of action for us to follow.


—  John A.,

Do I need a HomeBuyer Survey?

Homebuyer Survey Reports are the best way to avoid unexpected repair costs after you move in.

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) estimate that home owners that bought a house without a homebuyer report spent an average of £5,750 after they move in on repairs. Prior knowledge of any major defects can be used to negotiate with the seller prior to completing the purchase

Legally you are not required to have a HomeBuyer Survey, but whether you are buying for cash or drawing down a mortgage, it is best to know what repairs may be required in the near future.

Is a Property Survey Worth the Cost?

“Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions most people will ever make and yet many consumers are so blind to the facts. Serious faults are difficult to identify and costly to repair. By not being aware of them, consumers are risking a potential home buying time bomb. This can cause extreme stress and financial strain on homeowners who are often stuck with a property they no longer want but cannot sell.”

 - Peter Bolton King, RICS Global Residential Director.


Are you a Member of the RICS and qualified to conduct structural surveys on properties? Do you have at least 10 years' experience?

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