Stanifords can provide surveys and valuations on your home, business or commercial premises. We provide advice to the general public, companies, businesses, the building industry, private institutions, landlords and tenants alike. Expert help, competitive fees and a quality service.
We offer quick professional and reliable property surveys and valuations for residential clients, including mortgage, matrimonial, tax, insurance, probate and retrospective valuations.
Q. Can you rely on a Lenders Survey?
Will it identify defects that could occur after you have bought your property and moved in? Our surveys not only give you peace of mind they also provide the in depth information you need to make to the right decisions or negotiate the right price.
Q. Require a Valuation?
You may need to value a property or properties for family, matrimonial, probate or tax planning reasons. We provide market based valuations that are reliable and factual and can be used for legal and reporting purposes.
You may have been living in the property for a number of years and you just want to know all is okay. Or you may want to know what it could be worth for a proposed sale or disposal in the future. You may have noticed a problem with your home or be involved in an insurance claim and you want independent advice. Whatever the reason our survey and valuation service is exactly what you are looking for.
Our chartered surveyors are professionally qualified and operate as registered valuers. They are all members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Our fees, are extremely competitive and offer value for money combined with an unbeatable level of service. All surveyors are regulated by the RICS and carry full professional indemnity insurance up to a maximum of £2,000,000. We carry out RICS Redbook valuations with our RICS registered valuers.
You can book your survey or valuation over the phone or by email. Email Linda Willey or alternatively telephone 01482 300486.
The information that we need from you is your name, address, telephone contact numbers and e-mail address and most importantly of all, the address of the property to be surveyed.