You need a home report before you can market your property so why not call Onesurvey today to organise your report.
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A home report you can trust
We only work with RICS chartered surveyors who are accepted by most of the major lenders. Our panel of surveying firms cover the whole of Scotland which means the seller always gets a local surveyor - someone who knows the area well.
Onesurvey has a full understanding of the role of a selling agent and the pressure you are under. That is why Onesurvey provide a complete home report service for your clients, giving support and encouragement to let you get their property to market quickly.
There are no costs for you to use Onesurvey and we encourage you to make full use of the free service we provide.
With local surveyors all over Scotland we make sure that the Single Survey and valuation are the best independent information that is available. Each local surveyor is also accredited to provide the Energy Report with information to help the new owner to cut bills and be more energy efficient.
The Property Questionnaire must be completed by the seller but we have provided a range of services to help with this, from online completion, written documents posted or scanned in, or you can even fax them to us and let us take the burden.
We are an independent organisation that brings together highly qualified surveyors and leading technology to provide a home report you can trust.
You don't need to wait for an office opening to request to view a report as you can access Onesurvey any time of the day or night and simply enter the address details.
When you download a home report from Onesurvey it automatically personalises the report to you, meaning your lender can request a transcript direct from the surveyor who carried out the report.
Home Report data
are found to be in need of some repair
overestimate the value of their home
are prepared to pay above market value
The property price recovery in Scotland is continuing with the latest index showing values increased by 3% or £4,932 in July compared to the same month last year.