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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

Do I need a Property Survey?

Pre-Purchase Property Survey Reports are the best way to avoid unexpected repair costs after you move in.

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) estimates that homeowners that bought a house without a property survey report spent an average of €6,600 after they move in on repairs that they were not expecting.

 

Prior knowledge of any major defects can be used to negotiate with the seller prior to completing the purchase

Legally you are not required to have a property survey, but whether you are buying for cash or drawing down a mortgage, it is best to know what repairs may be required in the near future.

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How Much Does a Survey Cost?

FULL BUILDING SURVEY
Oversized Property

For properties between 200m² & 350m²

€699 including VAT

  • The ideal survey for home buyers purchasing a second hand property that is between 200m2 and 350m2

  • A survey of the property including, a description of visible defects and potential problems caused by hidden flaws

 

  • Gives an outline of repair options and the likely consequences of inactivity, advice for your legal advisers and details of serious risks and dangerous conditions

  • Visual inspection of all accessible parts of the property

  • Assessment of all major and minor faults found within the property

  • Comment on the condition of the heating, electric, gas/oil and water system

  • Investigation into the condition of damp proofing and insulation

  • Information on environmental hazards and considerations for your legal advisor

  • Proposals for any further special inspections and subsequent work which may need to be done

  • Turnaround time 5-8 business days

FULL BUILDING
SURVEY

Standard-sized Property

For properties less than 200m²

€599 including VAT

  • The most popular type of survey for home buyers purchasing a second hand property that is less than 200m2

  • A survey of the property including, a description of visible defects and potential problems caused by hidden flaws

 

  • Gives an outline of repair options and the likely consequences of inactivity, advice for your legal advisers and details of serious risks and dangerous conditions

  • Visual inspection of all accessible parts of the property

  • Assessment of all major and minor faults found within the property

  • Comment on the condition of the heating, electric, gas/oil and water system

  • Investigation into the condition of damp proofing and insulation

  • Information on environmental hazards and considerations for your legal advisor

  • Proposals for any further special inspections and subsequent work which may need to be done

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