IBERIAN PROPERTY SURVEY
ST Consultores provides independent services and is specialized in real estate consultancy, asset management and expert technical analysis.
How much will a survey cost?
When you have identified the property that you desire, before its purchase, you will need a Property Survey to inspect its condition and guarantee its safety and suitability. We ofter three kinds of Survey, depending on the scope:
RICS Condition Report
RICS HomeBuyer Report
RICS Structural Report
|RATES PROPERTY SURVEY||≤ 125 sqm||126-300||> 300 sqm|
|HOMEBUYER REPORT (SURVEY)||€400,00||€550,00||€700,00|
|HOMEBUYER REPORT (SURVEY & VALUATION)||€500,00||€650,00||€800,00|
|STRUCTURAL REPORT||Budget request|
HOW IT WORKS
Your Property Survey ready in 4 Steps:
Buying or selling? Survey your options
RICS Condition Report - Survey Level One
Choose this report if you're buying or selling a conventional house, flat or bungalow built from common building materials and in reasonable condition. It focuses purely on the condition of the property by setting out the following:
- clear 'traffic light' ratings of the condition of different parts of the building, services, garage and outbuildings, showing problems that require varying degrees of attention;
- a summary of the risks to the condition of the building; and
- other matters including guarantees, planning and building control issues for your legal advisers.
RICS HomeBuyer Report (Survey) - survey level two
Choose this report if you would like more extensive information whilst buying or selling a conventional house, flat or bungalow, built from common building materials and in reasonable condition. It costs more than the Condition Report but includes:
- all of the features in the Condition Report plus a more extensive inspection;
- a list of problems that the surveyor considers may affect the value of the property;
- advice on repairs and ongoing maintenance;
- issues that need to be investigated to prevent serious damage or dangerous conditions;
- legal issues that need to be addressed before completing your conveyancing;
- information on location, local environment and the recorded energy efficiency (where available); and
- an estimate of costs for identified repairs if agreed with you in advance.
RICS Structural Report - survey level three
Choose this report (informally called Building Survey) if you're dealing with a large, older or run- down property, a building that is unusual or altered, or if you're planning major works. It costs more than the other RICS reports because it gives detailed information about the structure and fabric of the property. The RICS Structural Report uses the same traffic light ratings as the Condition and HomeBuyer Reports. It also includes:
- a more thorough inspection and detailed report on a wider range of issues;
- a description of visible defects and potential problems caused by hidden flaws;
- an outline of repair options and the likely consequences of inactivity; and
- advice for your legal advisers and details of serious risks and dangerous conditions.