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read more › Advice for choosing a surveyor: There are lots of surveyors offering surveys and it can be confusing for house buyers who only buy a house on average, once every ten years. So where do you start when trying to choose the company to carry out your survey? Firstly, our advice is to not use the bank or building society to carry out any form of survey other than the valuation. They often use AssocRICS surveyors who can have very little experience. The surveyors usually have to travel many miles to carry out a long list of surveys that
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read more › Party Wall Surveyors: The Party Wall etc Act 1996 covers all properties in including detached, semi-detached and terraced houses, bungalows, conversions and purpose built flats when work is carried out within 3m. If you are proposing to undertake work which includes excavating for foundations or any work (such as loft extension) which affects a Party Wall or whether it's your neighbour undertaking the work we can act on your behalf by serving relevant notices required under the Act, or responding to any notices which
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read more › Surveyors: Sworn & Co have more than 140 years of experience in the Chiswick Property Market. This allows Sworn & Co to provide expert advice and services not only to residential clients, but also to our commercial clients. These services include commercial rent reviews and lease extensions, Party Wall Awards, Expert's Reports and Schedule of Dilapidations/ Schedule of Condition Reports.
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read more › Surveying Services: We provide a full surveying service for both residential and commercial properties throughout Norfolk. Our four most popular forms of survey are listed below with a brief description. If you require any further information please do not hesitate in contacting us. A report on the property's condition, specific risks associated with the property, and particular points you should refer to your legal advisers. An opinion of the market value and reinstatement cost (which you will need for insurance purposes
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read more › What are the benefits of using a Surveyor: It can take five years to become a Chartered Surveyor, and when you consider the degree of dedication required and the length of time it takes to gain the knowledge to become Chartered, they deservedly earn their status as the respected professionals in property and land surveying. All surveyors should have completed a degree or course that is accredited by RICS (the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors). RICS is the largest professional body of surveyors, and any surveyor must be a member to
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read more › The RICS: The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) is the leading organisation of its kind in the world for professionals in property, land, construction and related environmental issues. As part of its role its sets, maintains and regulate standards. RICS has 140,000 members who operate out of 146 countries, supported by an extensive network of regional offices located in every continent around the world. To ensure that members are able to provide the quality of advice and level of integrity required
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