Spencer & Co. are fully qualified members of RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and are based in Nantwich near Crewe.
Our key services include:
* RICS Homebuyer Reports
* Building Surveys
* Pre-Purchase Valuation Reports
* Building Insurance Valuations
* Matrimonial Valuations
* Capital Gains/Inheritance Tax/Retrospective Valuations
Our corporate customers include banks, insurance companies, builders and building societies.
In addition we carry out private work for professional introducers (for example solicitors and accountants etc.) who act for private clients requiring valuations or surveys on their potential property purchases.
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- Cheshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and Wrexham
|Address||Rambling Rose Villa, Wrenbury Heath Rd., Wrenbury|
|Phone Number||012 7078 0012|
From Our Website
The term 'valuation' is an opinion of the property's market value at the inspection date. This may be required for a variety of reasons, hence at Spencer & Co Surveyors Ltd, we provide different types based on client needs. A pre-purchase valuation report is a low cost valuation in letter form, based on a brief inspection and gives an opinion on the current market value of the property. This is useful in helping a prospective purchaser decide between a number of potential purchases. When a 'Help to Buy' home is sold, the assistance received from the government must be repaid from the proceeds of the sale.
A house or flat is likely to be one of the most expensive purchases of your life. Before making such a large commitment you need to know as much as possible about its structural integrity and condition. A survey report by Spencer & Co Surveyors will help you make an informed decision on whether to go ahead with the purchase. If we identify costly repairs, then this can lend weight to negotiating a reduction in the purchase price or it may persuade you to look elsewhere. At Spencer & Co Surveyors, we can provide both the RICS HomeBuyer Report or the more detailed building surveys (formerly called 'Structural Surveys' and sometimes called a general condition survey).