What is a property survey?
When purchasing a new home, it is always advisable to carry out an inspection of the property to find out the condition of the home, such as humidity, electrical installations, or structural problems. Many buyers, however, do not consider hiring a Property Survey thinking that it will increase the cost of the home and delay the sale operation.
Nothing further: the Property Survey will highlight any major damage to the property and may recommend further investigations, informing you of potentially costly repairs and giving you the opportunity to renegotiate the purchase price prior to signing, saving both cost and time. repairs.
What is a Valmesa Property Survey?
A Property Survey is carried out by a professional collegiate expert to examine the condition of the property. The technician will conduct an inspection of the home and report any issues such as structural problems or major repairs based on ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria. They can, for example, highlight the need for new electrical wiring or the need to repair a leaky roof, how to improve insulation on facades or how to proceed to recycle the waste generated.
Why do I need to get a property survey?
A Property Survey report guarantees you to know the state of conservation of the property, which translates into avoiding costly repairs that may arise later.
The report classifies the faults detected in mandatory, high priority recommended and suggested, without affecting the state of the home. It will also be recommended that you request different quotes from experts to properly address the repairs. This will give you the opportunity to renegotiate with the seller the price you agreed to pay.
If you are thinking of buying a home in Spain, at Valmesa we recommend hiring the Property Survey service to find out, from the hand of a professional technician, the state of the home before purchasing it to guarantee your real estate investment and the peace of mind of your new home.