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Purchasing a property as a whole can be very daunting, whether you are buying, selling or investing, it is a very complex matter. Sutton Coldfield Surveyors are here to ensure that you avoid the usual misconceptions and mistakes that most people make when investing in a property.

We cover the who, what, why and how for finding a surveyor in Sutton Coldfield.

Does my new home need a survey?

If you are looking to buy a new home, there are two main reasons for instructing a survey:

  • New properties often come with a 10-year National House Building Council (NHBC) guarantee - If you notice a significant defect during these 10 years, then the builder is obligated to fix the defect for you, at his own expense. However, if you find a defect in the property after the 10-year guarantee, then you will have to pay for any repair bills yourself. A survey would find any defects in the house and save you money on potential repair bills.
  • Despite what people may think, new properties are prone to risks – the most common risks being thermal and settlement expansion and subsidence, these often lead to cracks in the property. Investing in a survey means that such problems are detected at an early stage, saving you money on bills that would have been very expensive.

Older buildings have even greater risks:

  • Generally, a building material’s life span is around 60 years - Some materials may be safe for hundreds of years, others often deteriorate faster. The deterioration is often dependent on the conditions of the property. As our surveyors are all local, they have extensive knowledge of Sutton Coldfield and the surrounding area, and they can establish if the defects in your property are due to its location.
  • Your property’s defects worsen over time - Defects are not always noticeable at first, but they will often develop over time and may not be noticed until it is too late. A surveyor’s job is to find defects such as structural movement, wood rot and various types of damps and moulds before the damage is too extreme – saving you a lot of money in the long run.

Our chartered surveyors are qualified to carry out thorough searches in any house, old or new, to find possible future and currently evident defects before any serious damage is caused.

What exactly can a surveyor do for me?

Not only do we provide surveys such as House Purchase Surveys, HomeBuyer Reports and RICS Building Surveys, but we also offer expert advice on properties in the Sutton Coldfield and West Midlands area.

We have a professional team that has extensive knowledge of the Sutton Coldfield area, offering a wide range of property services that can adapt to suit your budget and your needs.

We have experience in the private sector and public sector, for large properties and small, old and new. Our surveyors' breadth of experience means that they are available to give you advice on any property of any type in the Sutton Coldfield area.

We take pride in offering a personalised service; our surveyors are flexible so are able to adapt their surveys to fit yours and your property's individual needs. Whatever the problem, Sutton Coldfield Surveyors are here to help.

Who would I speak to if I enquired?

When you call Right Surveyors you will be put through to one of our friendly enquiry team members, and whether you need a RICS Condition Report or a Full Building Survey, we will discuss your options and work out which survey is right for you.

Purchasing a property can be a very stressful time, but being able to get expert advice from a qualified surveyor can reduce that stress massively - especially when it is at no extra cost. Speaking to one of our surveyors can help you gain more of an idea about the issues that are concerning you. You will also have a chance to speak to a qualified professional about your own ideas for the property and how you’d like to change it in the future.

Clients are often unsure about what kind of survey it is that they need. Our surveyors will talk you through your different options, giving you prices and details of each survey so that you have a better understanding of what your property requires and what you can afford.

After the survey, you can request to meet your surveyor to discuss your survey report and what it means for your property. If needed, the surveyor will also talk through any future maintenance requirements.

Which service should I choose?

At Sutton Coldfield Surveyors, unlike many other surveying practices, we don’t just offer the HomeBuyer Report and a basic structural survey; we take pride in offering a wide range of surveys from Full Building Surveys, to Schedules of Condition, to Party Walls.

Sutton Coldfield Surveyors strive to adapt our services to suit everyone. We offer surveys such as HomeBuyer Surveys or Verbal Acquistion Advice for those of you with a tight budget. But for those of you that have old or unusual buildings, then a Full Structural Survey or House Purchase Report would be recommended.

Whatever you require, give us a call, our expert team is available to discuss your property and its requirements.

What are your fees?

At Sutton Coldfield Surveyors, there is no set price for surveys. Our surveyors, like many others, charge for the time that they spend on your survey. We believe that pricing our surveys this way means that we avoid time restrictions, allowing the surveyor to thoroughly inspect your property without missing out on any defects or problems.

At Right Surveyors, we offer a cost-effective service so that you are charged for the time spent on your property and any equipment used - nothing more, nothing less.

A quote can be given when our surveyor has estimated how long he will spend surveying your property, this is judged by the type of survey you need and the size of the building.

If you have any other questions or would like to arrange a survey, please do not hesitate to give us a call or drop us an email. Details are found below.

Sutton Coldfield Surveyors is a trading name of Right Surveyors West Midlands, serving Sutton Coldfield and the surrounding area.
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