What if....? Answers to survey questions






What if a surveyor misses something?

What happens if a surveyor misses something, what rights do I have?

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What if there’s red and orange warnings?

What should I do if my survey flags up lots of serious red and orange condition warnings?

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What if I’m buying a flat, do I need a special survey carried out?

What type of survey do I need for buying a flat?   


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Save money by cutting out the banks

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By arranging your home survey directly online - rather than via a mortgage lender - you can save the large chunk of the survey fee that the banks normally keep. They may still want to instruct a valuer to carry out their mortgage valuation, but don’t let them try to sell you an expensive Homebuyer or Building Survey from one of the large, target-driven, corporate firms on their 'panel'.


“We would like to put on record how impressed we were by the service we received Rightsurvey unfailingly followed up our enquiries and concerns, and Nick’s advice on maintaining an older property is proving invaluable.”
Peter Spink, Sheffield

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