Home Risk Reports aim to make you a better informed buyer or seller by providing the most up to date information available to assist in your future property purchase or sale.
Imagine the scenario - you've found the property of your dreams, and your offer has been accepted. You engage with your solicitor, and the conveyancing process begins.
But a few weeks later you're faced with a dilemma - the surveys and searches that you've paid for identify that the property is at risk. Do you proceed with the purchase, or walk away already having spent £000s on conveyancing fees?
Order one of our Home Risk Reports - from as little as £10 - to help you decide whether you wish to proceed with your property purchase or sale. Backed by Professional Indemnity insurance up to the value of £10 million, our reports cover seven of the most commonly searched areas of conveyancing:
Each Home Risk Report is prepared by our team of search specialists and contains clear, concise and up-to-date information to help you make an informed decision.
Our reports will ensure you have the right information about a property which could help you save time and money in the long‑term.
Get an instant risk assessment on the property before you set your heart on it. We recommend starting with our Instant Risk Screening – basic report for just £10.00 when you are in the early stages of looking for your perfect property.
If you’ve found your perfect home and have checked the property with our £10 Instant Risk Screening report, we suggest you opt for this premium report. This is a comprehensive residential environmental risk assessment that offers the latest information on contaminated Land, all four major flood risks, ground stability, radon, current and planned energy features and transportation, and 10 years of planning data on a property.
If you are thinking of selling your property, it is mandatory that you have an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) before it is put on the market. They are required whenever a property is built, sold or rented out.
These search reports will help you to speed up the buying or selling of a property.
If you are happy with the results of the reports and want to progress further with a property purchase or sale, you can take these to your solicitor who will be able to use them as part of the conveyancing process.
If you find any issues that you are worried about, please contact your estate agent, solicitor or conveyancing specialist who can advise you on the impact they could have to you and the property you have researched.
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