House Survey Cost Calculator

Use our quick home survey cost calculator to check how much your survey fees might be for a HomeBuyers Report. Depending on the property type and location, surveying fees can vary. Be prepared and know the costs.
 

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Total estimated cost
£6600

These are estimates of what you might expect to pay

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Additional information

These costs are calculated on the basic fees charged by the solicitors, surveyors, removals and EPC partners on reallymoving.com. The figures displayed are based on the information you have provided and should only be used as a guide. There may be other costs you need to consider such as additional searches for conveyancing, a more in-depth Building Survey, packing or storage.

 

Are you thinking about buying and/or selling your house?

Buying a house or selling one does not need to be difficult, our moving cost calculator can give you an estimate to see how much the cost of moving house will cost you.

Simply answer a few simple questions, including your house buying and selling price, property size, whether it is a leasehold or freehold and we will calculate an estimated breakdown of the costs involved when moving home. Whether you are buying, selling or buying and selling a home, we will provide a useful and realistic cost for moving home, ensuring you don't pay more than necessary.

Once you have entered all the relevant information, we will calculate the average costs for an EPC, conveyancing fees, survey fees, removals and stamp duty.

You can print the information provided or we can send you the breakdown of these costs by email.

To save you time and money on your home move, why not compare instant quotes by using our online comparison tool for providers in your area?