Read some of our helpful surveying articles written by reallymoving.
At reallymoving.com we’ll guide you through the surveying process with a range of helpful surveying advice. Learn why a house survey is important and understand surveying when buying or selling a house.
It’s every home buyer’s worst nightmare. You find the house of your dreams and you’ve put in an offer, but then the survey report reads more like a horror story. It can be disappointing, frustrating and even frightening. But all is not lost! A bad survey can actually be an opportunity to get a better deal.
Surveying Advice, Surveying Process
You’ve had the survey completed on your potential home and you want to know if your property is a good investment. Here we’ll let you know what issues a survey might bring up, and how to deal with them.
One of the most important things you can do for your future property is get a decent survey - but how do you pick the right surveyor?
Our guide will help you decide what type of house survey you require for the house you are buying.
Find out what a Building Survey (previously a Structural Survey, also known as a Level 3 survey) is with our informative guide.
What is underpinning and what should you do if you suspect a property has been underpinned? Our guide will help you find out.
Here's what you can do if you are unhappy with your surveyor.
Learn about what a HomeBuyer Report includes and find out when you might need one.
If you’ve had a property survey done, you may be eager to get the report back. So how long can you expect to wait?
Compare moving quotes in 3 simple steps
Conveyancing fees from up to 4 conveyancing solicitors
Up to 4 instant quotes from chartered surveyors
Instant quotes from up to 5 local removal firms
Request quotes from up to 4 international removals firms
14B Chequer Street
Get quotes for:
Cookies for this website are disabled. Press OK to active them.
We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better.
You can use this tool to change your cookie settings. Otherwise, we’ll assume you’re OK to continue.
Some of the cookies we use are essential for the site to work.
We also use some non-essential cookies to collect information for making reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form.
To control third party cookies, you can also adjust your browser settings.
Cookies for this website are disabled. Press the below button to active them.