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.islingtonsurveyors.co.uk for more information on our specialist surveyors and the products and services they offer.
Alan is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a corporate Member of the Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation. He is the father of James and Andrew.
The scope of his work includes Valuations for most purposes including retrospective and Capital Gains tax valuations and all matters under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and the 2002 Commonhold Act, Homebuyers reports, Compensation Work under the Land Compensation Acts 1961, 1973 and the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965. Rent Reviews and lease Renewals, Rating Work etc. He has acted on numerous occasions as an expert witness on behalf of the Court. He is responsible for quality control within the practice.
James graduated from the (now called) University of Westminster with an Honours degree in 1988. He is a fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a Corporate Member of the Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation.
His main work includes Building Surveys, Homebuyers Reports, Valuations for most purposes including retrospective and Capital Gains tax valuations, etc. He has acted on numerous occasions as an expert witness on behalf of the Court. He is responsible for maintaining a statistical database, going back many years.
Andrew specializes in all matters of Enfranchisement and lease extensions under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and the 2002 Commonhold Act, He has attended many LVT hearings and has had considerable success for clients.
The scope of his other work includes property management, valuations, schedule of conditions, Rent Reviews and Renewals, He is responsible for the general administration and financial control of the practice
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.
Islington was a village on the edge of London, where travellers would stop before heading north. The Angel Inn was built in the 16th century to serve them. Built at a similar time is the Peacock Inn, which is still standing but is no longer used as a public house. The Angel, Islington is the only genuine building on the original Monopoly Board.
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