Best Chartered Surveyors in Halifax

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I am a local independent and fully qualified Chartered Building Surveyor with over 20 years' experience. My experience includes a wealth of survey knowledge of all types and ages of property.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

Leo Horsfield Surveying is Brighton Based. We are an experienced small practice of Building Surveyors who have extensive experience in undertaking Building Surveys and Home Buyer Reports on all types of property from Read more

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Are you buying a house in the Minster town of Halifax? From the cottages of Heptonstall to the Victorian houses of Elland, our experienced, West Yorkshire based Chartered Surveyors can inform you in detail about the condition of your potential property. If you need a quote for a RICS Chartered Surveyor in Halifax and want to save both time and money, simply enter your details into the quick quote form provided on our site and leave the rest to us.

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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

Local information

Based on reallymoving data from January 2021 to May 2023

  • Average property price: £178,365
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.50
  • reallymoving movers: 761
  • Average distance moved: 67 miles

How do I choose a good surveyor in Halifax?  

Look for a surveyor who is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Ensure they have experience in the local area and with the type of property you are interested in. Recommendations and online comparison tools can be helpful in making your choice.

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

A surveyor can perform property assessments, but a chartered surveyor has RICS accreditation, signifying higher standards of training and professional practice. 

What are the red flags on a house survey?  

Key concerns include major structural issues, dampness, roof defects, outdated electrical and plumbing systems, and the presence of hazardous materials like asbestos. 

Can a surveyor devalue a house?  

A surveyor provides an objective valuation. If they identify problems, it might result in a lower valuation, reflecting the property's true market value. 

Do I need to use a Chartered Surveyor in Halifax?  

Using a Chartered Surveyor is recommended for a comprehensive and accurate property assessment, especially in areas with a mix of old and new properties. 

Do surveyors go in the loft?  

Surveyors typically inspect lofts to check for structural and insulation issues, assuming it's safe and accessible. 

Are surveyors' valuations accurate?  

Valuations are generally accurate, relying on detailed inspections and an understanding of the local property market. 

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

Opt for a Level 2 survey for modern, well-maintained properties, and a Level 3 survey for older, larger, or properties requiring significant work.

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