The RICS HomeBuyer Report provides you with information on the condition of the property you’re thinking of buying, together with advice to your solicitor.
Like the RICS Condition Report, the RICS HomeBuyer Report uses the traffic light colour coding system to rate individual elements of the property and highlight areas of concern, such as damp or structural movement. The level of detail enables you to judge the value of purchase in line with the cost of any future maintenance, repair and restoration works.
How does it differ from the RICS Condition Report?
In addition to the detail featured in the RICS Condition Report, the RICS HomeBuyer Report contains our professional advice on the issues that may affect the value of the property, together with a market valuation and an insurance reinstatement cost. It also provides you with advice on repairs and any ongoing maintenance requirements.
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