Best Chartered Surveyors in Cumbria

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Building Surveyors North West Ltd are experienced in providing residential and commercial surveys. Offering Valuations, RICS HomeBuyer Reports, Building Surveys and Structural Engineer reports.Read more

An Established RICS Chartered Surveying practice with surveyors operating across the country. Our surveyors are all RICS accredited chartered surveyors and registered valuers who are at the top of their field.Read more

DL Mole LLP

5.0 out of 5.0 based on 60 reviews

DL Mole LLP are Chartered Surveyors providing professional property advice to clients throughout the region.Read more

Martin Goode MRICS

4.8 out of 5.0 based on 24 reviews

Chartered Building Surveyors offering valuations, RICS Homebuyers Reports and Building Surveys throughout Cumbria and North Lancashire. Estate Agents services in CA12, CA13, CA14 and CA15.Read more

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Find the best price for a Chartered Surveyor in Cumbria. By comparing HomeBuyer Report and Building Survey quotes with us, you can save money on a professional, skilled building surveyor local to Cumbria. Whether you are buying a Georgian house in Cockermouth or a limestone built home in Kendal, we can put you in contact with experienced, knowledgeable Chartered Surveyors to inform you about the condition and construction materials of your property in Cumbria. All property surveyors you will receive quotes from are regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

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The company arranged a speedy appointment. The survey was thorough and excellent in quality. The report was written and sent very quickly. The whole process was easy and done very professionally. We were completely happy with the company and the quality of the report. I cannot recommend more highly.

Mary J on 06/02/2024

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Based on reallymoving data from January 2021 to May 2023

  • Average property price: £191,282
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.10
  • reallymoving movers: 3,512
  • Average distance moved: 132 miles

How do I choose a good surveyor in Cumbria?  

Ensure the surveyor is RICS-accredited and has experience with the types of properties typical in Cumbria. Use recommendations and compare surveyors online to find the best fit for your needs. 

What is the difference between a surveyor and a chartered surveyor?  

A chartered surveyor accredited by RICS, signifies a higher level of expertise and commitment to professional standards compared to a non-chartered surveyor. 

What are the red flags on a house survey?  

Major concerns include structural issues, dampness, roofing problems, outdated electrical and plumbing systems, and potential asbestos. 

Can a surveyor devalue a house?  

A surveyor provides an objective valuation. If they identify issues that affect the house's value, it may result in a lower, but more accurate, market valuation. 

Do I need to use a Chartered Surveyor in Cumbria?  

It's recommended to use a Chartered Surveyor for a thorough and professional evaluation, especially in areas with older or unique properties. 

Do surveyors go in the loft?  

Surveyors typically inspect lofts for structural and insulation issues, provided access is safe. 

Are surveyors' valuations accurate?  

Valuations are usually precise, relying on in-depth property analysis and local market insights. 

Do I need a Level 2 or Level 3 survey in Cumbria?  

A Level 2 survey is suitable for newer, well-maintained properties, while a Level 3 survey is better for older, larger, or properties needing significant repairs. 

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