Report Types

RICS CHARTERED BUILDING SURVEYORS IN FRANCE

THE INSPECTION

Regardless of which report option you choose, your appointed specialist building surveyor and engineer’s focus will be on identifying significant structural defects, maintenance and repair items and things which are, or may be, dangerous and which could affect health and safety of those in or around the buildings.

Your property will be checked for at least 1236 standard defects.

 

THE VERBAL REPORT

Once the inspection is completed you may telephone, at your convenience, your surveyor to discuss the findings of the survey inspection.

A Verbal Report is ideal for shortlisting from a number properties, following which a Photo Report or Full Report should follow on the chosen property.

 

THE PHOTO REPORT

This type of report comprises of a document of many numbered photographs which your surveyor takes during the inspection.

The photographs will cover all of the major defects found, high cost repair issues and dangerous items together with a description of what is shown in each picture.

 

THE FULL REPORT

surveyorsinfrance Full Report is the most comprehensive pre-purchase report available in France.

Comprehensive report

It will provide you with a description of the defects found, your surveyor’s opinion of the causes of those defects and what solutions are available to you to remedy the problems.

Remedial works are prioritised into urgency categories. Dangerous items will be identified and you will be told what action needs to be taken to make things safe.

The report comprises of four documents, being a general text report on the property and any defects/dangers found, a series of numbered photographs; descriptions of the photographs and an appendices document which contains useful background information about subjects such as trees near buildings, seismic zones, termite affected departments, radon gas, swimming pool security and much more.

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