RICS Home Survey Level Two
If you’re interested in buying a home in Cardiff, a RICS Home Survey Level Two will provide you with an extensive assessment of the property’s condition, so you can complete the deal with confidence.
About the Cardiff property market
Although the lingering effects of the coronavirus pandemic have had an impact on the property market in Cardiff, house prices have held up well.
Property values in and around the city have remained relatively buoyant and still sit ahead of the national average. Cardiff is an extremely popular destination for property buyers, thanks to its location, size and visitor economy. Although there are fewer properties on the market than at the start of the pandemic, the number of homes for sale is starting to increase.
If you’re looking to buy, sell or invest in a property in Cardiff, getting the right advice is essential to ensure the asking price is fair and reflects the current market value. A home survey or valuation from GB Home Surveys can help you make the right choice.
Home survey services in Cardiff
GB Home Surveys has helped hundreds of happy customers buy and sell properties in and around Cardiff. We offer a full range of services with a personal touch. As a RICS regulated chartered surveyors, we use the latest technology to provide a thorough and efficient service, giving you detailed insight about the property in question. We can also tailor our reports to your mortgage or insurance company’s requirements to help ensure a smooth, seamless and pain-free transaction.
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