VALUATION

Huthwaite Freston Wright Surveyors and Valuers have unparalleled experience in providing surveys and valuation reports for an extensive range of clients.  A home purchase is likely to be one of the most expensive acquisitions you ever make and you will need to know as much as you can about the property before you buy it, so having a survey makes good sense and could you save you thousands of pounds in costly repair bills.  It is essential therefore that you get a survey before you buy and not just rely on the valuation.

Using Huthwaite Freston Wright Building Surveyors and Valuers will give you peace of mind because: –

  • We will give you clear, impartial and expert advice
  • We will act in your interest
  • We are tightly regulated and have strict codes of conduct to protect you – including proper insurance
  • We are regulated by and members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors with up to date skills and knowledge so you can rely on our expertise
  • All valuations are carried out by an RICS Regulated Valuer
  • You are further protected by our complaints procedure
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RICS Valuation

A valuation is suitable for, inheritance tax and general tax planning purposes, probate and matrimonial valuations, insurance valuations, assessment of market value and market rent, Leasehold Reform Act advice, right to buy and Housing Association valuations.  It includes details of the property and its construction, a brief statement on the condition of the property, identification of possible major repairs, and a valuation together with an insurance valuation for reinstatement purposes.

RICS HomeBuyer Survey and Valuation Report

A valuation is suitable for, inheritance tax and general tax planning purposes, probate and matrimonial valuations, insurance valuations, assessment of market value and market rent, Leasehold Reform Act advice, right to buy and Housing Association valuations. It includes details of the property and its construction, a brief statement on the condition of the property, identification of possible major repairs, and a valuation together with an insurance valuation for reinstatement purposes.