RICS Qualified home surveyors, get your Level 2 survey as quick as 24 hours, save £5,750 on the average cost of repairs
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Homemove helps 1000s of people move home each year and assists them with advice from getting set up to sell their property through to booking in their RICS Home Survey Level 2 online so they can take the next step in their homemoving journey. We remove the friction and make the process rewarding.
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The initial step involves completing a brief online questionnaire. If the property is deemed suitable for a Home survey level 2, you may proceed with purchasing the survey directly via our website. Upon purchasing the survey, we will reach out to the property's seller within a day to schedule a visit to the property.
After scheduling the survey for a convenient time, you can relax and wait. Our knowledgeable RICS surveyors will examine the property as soon as they can and will keep you updated throughout the procedure.
The written report should arrive by mail within four business days of the survey's completion. If the survey reveals any faults or problems, you have the option of factoring in the repair costs when negotiating the property's price. On average, customers save £5,750 with a survey.
Why do I need a Level 2 home buyer survey?
You might be wondering why a Level 2 Homebuyer survey is necessary. We understand that when you're making such a significant investment, you want to get the most value for your money. While it may be tempting to rely solely on a basic mortgage valuation, it's important to understand that it's not intended to provide a thorough assessment of the property's condition or future maintenance costs. Skipping a Homebuyer survey could leave you with unexpected repair expenses down the line.
Buying a home is a major financial commitment, and it's crucial to have as much information as possible about the property you're interested in. The survey can act as a investment with a very real return during negotiations if significant defects are found.
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