JMO Surveyors Ltd.
JMO Surveyors Ltd are a local MRICS and MISVA chartered surveying firm registered with both the RICS and the ISVA. From our base in Stockport, we operate in Greater Manchester and its surrounding areas – covering everywhere from Oldham to Cheshire. We have lived and worked in Greater Manchester for many years and over this time, we have built a good and in-depth knowledge of the local area.
JMO surveyors Ltd is a fully RICS accredited firm which is an industry standard to give you, the client, assurances over our professional status. We take pride in offering a professional and friendly service aimed at giving you, the customer, value for money together with a detailed report produced in a timely manner in order to help with the house buying process.
As local independent chartered surveyors, we are small enough to care. We are always available to our customers to talk about requirements prior to surveying or to discuss results following the survey’s completion. We are here to help wherever we can. At JMO Surveyors, our clients are in qualified hands. Our Chartered Surveyors have undertaken years of training coupled with continuous professional development throughout the year, to ensure the highest possible standards which we pass on to our valued customers.
At JMO Surveyors, we have over 10 years surveying experience and undertake numerous types of residential survey, including:
- Building Surveys
- Homebuyer Surveys
- Specific Defect Reports
- ISVA House Purchase Reports
This survey is the more thorough of the two standardised RICS surveys and as such, it is particularly suited to older properties built using less traditional methods. The report will outline specific areas of concern and may include pictures where appropriate. If you are planning renovations, extensions or alterations; this more comprehensive survey is recommended.
The RICS Homebuyer Report is a more concise and slightly less detailed version of the RICS Building Survey. For this reason, it is more suited to flats, bungalows or modern properties built using more traditional construction methods. This survey will not detail every aspect of the property, but will focus on items that particularly require attention.
Specific Defect Reports
The survey will focus on one (usually urgent, serious or reoccurring) problem. It will identify the causes of the problems and outline any remedial treatment necessary. Common problems that may be assessed are structural issues, cracking, rot or severe damp.