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House Surveys in Tipperary

Updated: Dec 1, 2023

The beautiful county of Tipperary is Irelands 6th largest county stretching from the River Shannon in the North, right down to the borders between Cork and Waterford in the south.


It's packed full of bustling towns like Clonmel, Nenagh and Thurles and boast a rich hurling culture with some of the best clubs in the country scattered throughout the county.

But it's also brimming with beautiful properties and prices that are far more favourable than properties closer to the big cities. According to the 2022 Q3 Daft Report, the average asking price for a 4-bed bungalow comes in around €288k. That's a whopping €68k less than the equivalent property in Co. Cork and an eyewatering €300k less than the equivalent in Wicklow. So for someone who does not need to be close to a city, it offers much better value and a far more relaxed way of life.


There's also a wide range in the types of properties available, everything from townhouses and terraces in the towns to beautiful big country houses on acres of land. It really does have something for everyone. After you've found a property and gone sale agreed, you are going to want an expert engineer or surveyor to conduct a house survey for you the property for you.

At GetHouseSurvey.ie we have a couple of the best surveyors in the county covering Tipperary. So if you are buying a townhouse in Carrick-on-Suir, a cottage in Roscrea, a country estate just outside Tipperary Town or even a castle in Cashel. Our surveyors will make sure you get a clear overview of the condition of the property so that you can buy with confidence.

Our prices could not be more straightforward. For all apartments we are €599, for houses up to 175sq meters, it is €699 including vat and for larger houses from 176-300sq meters, it is €799 including vat. We also maintain the quickest turnaround time in Ireland with about 5 business days from booking to getting your complete report returned.


To book your pre-purchase survey with us, go to GetHouseSurveyie and click "Get Survey Now".

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