Do you require a Building Surveyor?

P1050780Do you want a Building Survey, Homebuyers Report or Acquisition Advice in England? Are you buying a house or home in England and you think you might need a survey, valuation, or just an independent chartered surveyor to provide you with a second opinion?

Whether you are buying a Manor House in Kent, Worcestershire or Yorkshire; a cottage home in Devon, Northamptonshire or Suffolk; a farmhouse in Essex, Hertfordshire or Surrey, a flat in Merseyside, Tyneside or Bristol, a semi detached house in Essex, Cheshire or the West Midlands; a waterside property in Devon, Hampshire or Essex; a townhouse in London, Manchester or Brighton, or a period property in Warwickshire, Wiltshire or Berkshire, we are here to help whatever your requirements.

We are happy to discuss your house purchase survey requirements and quote for any proposed building survey or other work…

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The Property Market Monthly Fact File – Sept 2014

The property market fact file is a collection of data compiled each month by our Chartered Surveyors and the propertysurveying.co.uk team; collating survey data, statistics, trends and information from the property market. This aims to provide a single place where anyone with an interest in UK property can find the information they need.
To read the monthly fact file, click here.

The Property Market Monthly Fact File – August 2014

Yorkshire - CottageThe property market fact file is a collection of data compiled each month by our Chartered Surveyors and the propertysurveying.co.uk team; collating survey data, statistics, trends and information from the property market. This aims to provide a single place where anyone with an interest in UK property can find the information they need.
To read the monthly fact file, click here.

Polish shale gas collapse provides stark warning to UK investors

Investing in the next big thing early is an investor’s dream. Huge capital growth kicks in as the product begins to take off, dividends increase as the company makes heavy profits and the risk initially involved in taking the plunge erodes away…
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Sailing’s Formula 1 provides economic boost to Cardiff

Next month, the fifth round of the Extreme Sailing Series is coming to Cardiff Bay. This is an international event, constituting sailing’s version of Formula 1. Exceptionally fast catamarans, sailed by some of the best racers in the world will compete in close proximity to the centre of cities and harbours, with view-points for vast numbers of spectators.
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Mortgage Lenders are now being accused of discrimination as mortgage application is rejected because 48 year old’s husband is too old

Victoria Wallace and her husband of 17 years, Sean, have unfortunately been denied the ability to jointly own their marital home after they had a mortgage application rejected on the basis that Sean was deemed “too old”.…
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London property being out performed by beach huts

A 13ft by 13ft beach hut that contains no bedroom as well as no electricity has been put on the market for a record price of £225,000, indicating that the sale of beach huts may well be outperforming properties even in the most sought after boroughs of London…
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Does commuting save you money?

With the average house price in London’s Zone 1 and 2 currently at over £640k, it can make sense to live a little further away and have a cheaper property. Of course, the rail fare will cost you quite a bit, and there’s the travelling time to take into account, but will that add to your quality of life or detract from it?…
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In case you missed it…..

Woman moves house 56 times in 13 years

For many, moving house is a stressful ordeal to be avoided wherever possible. The average Brit opts to move house a total of around 8 times in his or her lifetime but for one woman, stress is evidently no obstacle as she’s racked up 56 house moves in just 13 years.

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Statistics reveal that prospective purchasers can pay more than £10,000 per square metre of property in certain areas of the country

Recent figures released by the Halifax show have indicated that purchasers of houses in Chelsea, London could find themselves paying more than £10,000 per square metre as the average price for the area is revealed to be a staggering £10,854.
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