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What is underpinning and what should you do if you suspect a property has been underpinned? Our guide will help you find out.
The word dry rot will send shivers down the spine of every homeowner, and rightly so. Dry rot spores surround us everyday, unseen to the human eye.
MAP Surveyors in London have provided their top tips on how to prevent damage to your home caused by wintry weather.
We outline the differences between a house survey and a mortgage valuation, and why you should not rely exclusively on the mortgage valuation when purchasing a property.
Get the facts on structural damp, the types of damp that may be present in a home and why it’s important to get a HomeBuyer Report before purchasing a house.
Get the facts on what a HomeBuyer Report includes.
Our guide will help you decide what type of house survey you require for the house you are buying.
Check out our guide to what exactly a building survey is. The information below will clarify what a building survey is and if you require one.
Take a look at our guide on structural surveys. You can find out what it is, how it differs from other types of house surveys and whether it would be the best one for your house move.
Find out how to get your home ready in preparation for the survey
Buying a new home is a journey that involves lots of decisions, each of which will have a bearing on your future as a homeowner.
What is a house survey, how do you go about getting one and why do you need one?
Here are the facts about asbestos
Buying a home? Find out how you can benefit from the expert guidance of a RICS Chartered Surveyor for your house survey.
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We have gathered together advice and guides to help you during your house move, from buying your first home to your removals date.