Home reports in Lanarkshire, Hamilton, Motherwell, Uddingston, Strathaven
A home report is required if you are going to be selling your home. At Abode Scotland, we aim make the process as simple as possible. We will put you in touch with local charted surveyors that can walk you through the three-step process.
A Home Report Is Split Into Three Different Sections
The single survey analyses the current condition of the home and estimates its worth. Certain home criteria are analysed including how the home is suited for people with disabilities and young adults. These aspects are combined into an official audit which summarises the state of your home. Another important part of the home report is to outline if any repairs are needed, there is no legal requirements to fix these repairs but not doing so could devalue your property
In this day and age a property’s energy expenditure is important metric when trying to sell. The energy report looks at a homes energy efficiency and particularly metrics like carbon dioxide output.
This part of the home report needs to be filled out by the homeowner. The questions in the property questionnaire are centred are subjects that only the property owner is likely to know. The owner needs to list down council tax band, local amenities and parking. The questionnaire is extensive and is nine pages long. Some of the questions can be complex but our trained local conveyancers are always on hand to help.
Lanarkshire Home Report Experts
At Blackwell’s & Abode, our local charted surveyors are fully qualified and meet RICS standards. The benefit of choosing a local company like us is our charted surveyors have years of local knowledge, which helps us value your property correctly, understand local tax bands, amenities and standards Home reports can be pricey but are advisors are available for a call throughout the week to give you all the information you need.
Lanarkshire Home Report Locations
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