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It may be that you have already made a decision on the question of a survey of the property you are purchasing and if you are taking out a Mortgage, you may be satisfied with the basic Valuation or Homebuyers Report provided by the Mortgage Lender. We would certainly recommend to you a full survey of the property that you purchasing (except in the case of a new property which is being built with the benefit of NHBC or similar cover).   As the purchaser you should be aware that the principle of “let the buyer beware” applies to the purchasing of property as much as to any other purchase.  You should therefore conduct surveys and test services and/or appliances to avoid any issues once you have exchanged contracts.  The Seller will not be liable for matters which would be apparent from survey or inspection.  Surveyors will sometimes have advance notice of planning and development if they are local to the area and are often the source of other useful information in respect of the general area.

If you would like us to recommend a surveyor to you then please do not hesitate to ask.

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