An Introduction to Home Reports
If you are about to put your property on the market, here’s the first things you need to consider about home reports. Nearly all homes for sale in Scotland require a home report. It’s that straight-forward. Certain properties are exempt from this; for example, all new build properties. In the overwhelming majority of property sales however, anyone selling their home needs to provide a home report for prospective buyers.
What is a Home Report?
The Home Report is a collection of documents relating to the condition and valuation of the home. Details include energy efficiency and other essential information. The home report contains three documents:
Detailed information on the condition and value of the property. Includes an audit of accessible features useful for older and disabled people, and parents with young children. The Single Survey can only be compiled by a RICS qualified Surveyor. All of our Single Surveys contain a Generic Mortgage Valuation accepted by mortgage lender. Good to know!
Energy efficiency certificate and environmental impact of the home. Recommends ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions of the property. Helps buyers to compare general energy costs between homes. The Energy Condition Certificate can only be compiled by an accredited Domestic Energy Assessor.
Includes information such as council tax band, parking facilities, relevant local authority notices, factoring arrangements and alterations made to the property. The Property Questionnaire is completed by the seller or nominee.
Home Report Scotland
Home Report Scotland provides you with talented experts and RICS qualified surveyors to prepare Home Reports that our clients can rely on. In need of a home report for your property to help ease some of the property sale headaches? All you need to do is call. We hold the key to a successful house sale.
Use our fantastic 24/7 free quote tool on the home page, call 0141 227 6198 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today.