New Build Snaglists for Bellingsmore in Kilmartin in Co. Dublin
Bellingsmore is a beautiful new development of spacious 3 and 4 bedroom family homes in the picturesque townland of Kilmartin, Dublin 15.
For commuters Bellingsmore is the ideal choice. The N3 and N2 road links are just minutes away from the development. Regular bus routes to the City Centre makes Bellingsmore a convenient option for those looking for a stress free daily commute.
The team at Glenveagh understands that buying a home is possibly the biggest decision you will ever make in your life – but we want to make it your easiest. Put simply, our aim is to exceed your expectations in every way possible.
HOW IT WORKS
Complete form and pay for your Snaglist online in 2 minutes
We assign a local Surveyor to complete your Snaglist in next 5-8 business days
Surveyor arranges access and conducts the Snaglist on your new home
Completed Report is delivered to you by email and you are 1 step closer to your new home
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How Much Does a Snaglist Cost?
New Build Property
Suitable for all new build properties
€449 including VAT
Purchasing a New Build Property
List of snags / defects for the Builder to address before hand over to the Buyer
Lists all Structural and Finish Issues
A Comprehensive List prepared by Experienced and Qualified Surveyors
Turnaround time 5-8 business days
It is only necessary to request a snaglist once the builder has informed you that the property is ready for snagging and the property is complete.
Still unsure what survey type is right for you or have a question?
Just email Sam@GetHouseSurvey.ie
Is a Snaglist Worth the Cost?
“Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions most people will ever make and yet many consumers are so blind to the facts. Serious faults are difficult to identify and costly to repair. By not being aware of them, consumers are risking a potential home buying time bomb. This can cause extreme stress and financial strain on homeowners who are often stuck with a property they no longer want but cannot sell.”
- Peter Bolton King, RICS Global Residential Director.