Scottish Home Reports advice and information

Read our helpful articles about getting a Home Reports in Scotland, including energy reports and property questionnaire when buying or selling a house.

What is a Home Report?

A Home Report is required when you sell a home in Scotland. They are specific to the Scottish moving system and have three elements.

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What is a Property Questionnaire?

The Property Questionnaire is part of the Home Report, but do you know what it includes?

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What is an Energy Report?

The Energy Report is an essential part of the Home Report, which is needed when selling your home in Scotland. Read more about the Energy Report...

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What is a Single Survey?

The Single Survey is designed to provide further information for house buyers in Scotland. Read more about the Single Survey...

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Home Reports and Mortgage Valuations

We outline whether your Scottish Home Report needs to contain a mortgage valuation.

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Home Report FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Home Report, required for sellers in Scotland.

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What is the difference between a snagging list and a punch list?

When purchasing a new build home, you may hear both the term snagging list and punch list used by the developers. Know the difference to help avoid confusion.

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When do you need a snagging list?

A snagging list is made during a special kind of survey that you may need when purchasing a new home. But what kind of homes need a snagging list and when should you make it?

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What to include on a snagging list

When inspecting your new build home, you can compile a list of ‘snags’ that may need rectifying before you move in. Here is what you should be looking out for when making your snagging list.

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