The RICS Homebuyer Report is the most popular, mid-range report commissioned by property purchasers. Whilst it is not as detailed as the RICS Building Survey, it still provides an assessment of the visible condition of the property and identifies any defects as well as any required repairs or maintenance. The report does not include a valuation but does include rebuild valuation for insurance purposes.
As with the RICS Building Survey, the RICS Homebuyer Report adopts a traffic light system which enables you to easily identify areas of concern.
An RICS Homebuyer Report is most appropriate for:
Most Traditional properties upto 80 years old.
Houses, bungalows or flats.
Please feel free to contact a member of the team if you have any questions about which survey is the most appropriate.
If you would like a quote for a survey, please complete the contact sheet at the bottom of the page and we will call you back.
Peacock Stevens were commissioned by a potential purchaser to provide an RICS Level 2 survey – also known as a Homebuyer’s Report.