When you are interested in buying a property it is essential that you can make an offer from an informed view.  The home report allows you to do just that.

The information within the report gives you the condition of the property, alerting you to any major repairs if any and even giving you the energy efficiency and an estimated cost of energy bills.



Frequently asked questions by Property Buyers

Yes. Onesurvey only work with Surveyors who are members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). These surveyors are independent of the selling agent and will provide a true snapshot of the property at the time of inspection

No. The home report is available to view electronically for free, however, a charge will be made if you require a printed copy of the report as it contains an average of 50 pages.

Unless you are the successful purchaser and have downloaded a copy of the report in your name then you cannot discuss the report with the surveyor as the report was paid for by the seller.

If you are the successful purchaser it is not uncommon for the lender to insist on updated documents if the report is more than 12 weeks old, however, the seller is not obligated to pay for this

No. Documents within the home report can not be more than 12 weeks old when you go to market, but more importantly, the report belongs to the previous seller and will be in their name.