The best way to reach an informed decision on such an important investment as a home is to have a professional survey and valuation of the property which interests you, before you decide to go ahead and commit yourself.
Commissioning your own survey is the simple, economical way to avoid unpleasant - and perhaps costly - surprises after moving in.
Even if you are getting a Mortgage Valuation report, it is still advisable and prudent to arrange a survey by your own surveyor, as advised by Which? magazine and the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
If you have a particular concern - perhaps whether the property is suitable for a disabled person - the surveyor will keep this in mind during the inspection.
If you're interested in a product or service that is not listed below, don't hesitate to contact us - our expert property surveyors carry out a wide range of services and surveys to suit your every need.
Alternatively, visit our website at www.midhurstsurveyors.co.uk for more information on our specialist surveyors and the products and services they offer.
Richard gained his honours degree at Oxford, before proceeding to secure a PostGrad in Building Conservation and the Historic Environment and a Masters in Business Administration. He qualified with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors back in 1995.
John is an experienced professional with a diverse range of skills. Having worked in the profession for many years I'm competent to carrying out building surveys in both residential and commercial property in and the surrounding area.
John also provides expert advice and assistance on matters relating to the Party Wall Act.
We are general practitioner Chartered Surveyors carrying out all types of professional work including surveys, valuations, Homebuyer Reports, Building Surveys, retrospective Valuation and Negligence work, Rating Work, Compensation Work, Rent Review and Lease Renewal Work.
"Where necessary, the surveyor may be able to provide some extra service which is outside the scope of the standard package."
Visit our website at www.midhurstsurveyors.co.uk
for more information about our surveyors and our services.
The town of Midhurst lies on the River Rother in West Sussex. Midhurst has 94 listed buildings, including many Tudor buildings by the Market Square, and a telephone box. South Pond was used as a fish pond for St Ann's castle, only ruins of which remain.
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