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First and foremost, congratulations are in order! You’ve already jumped through numerous hoops to get to this stage in the home-buying journey, and the offer for your first home has been accepted. So what happens next?
Surveys, Buying a house, First time buyer
Here's what you can do if you are unhappy with your surveyor.
Surveys, Surveying Process
Our guide will help you decide what type of house survey you require for the house you are buying.
It is important to ensure your Chartered Surveyor is aware of any plants and trees that may have structural damage or pose a danger.
Surveys, Plants and Gardens, Surveying Advice
Find out what a Building Survey (previously a Structural Survey, also known as a Level 3 survey) is with our informative guide.
Frequently asked questions about the Home Report required for residents in Scotland
Surveys, Scotland, Home Reports
Buying a home? Find out how you can benefit from the expert guidance of a RICS Chartered Surveyor for your house survey.
Surveys, Surveying Advice
Learn about what a HomeBuyer Report includes and find out when you might need one.
No, you don't, but you do need an Energy Performance Certificate if you are selling your home. HIPs were suspended in May 2010 and formally abolished by the Coalition.
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