L2 HomeBuyer Reports
Refined insights for HomeBuyers
Your HomeBuyers Report: Precision and Clarity, Refined.
A HomeBuyers Survey is a report designed for those who want a professional insight into the condition of a property. It will suit the vast majority of conventionally built properties, giving you clear information to make informed decisions and take action where necessary. The L2 includes a similar inspection to a L3 Building Survey however the key difference stands in the level of reporting and guidance provided.
Helping you to make an informed decision
Our focus on detail, practical guidance, and prompt reporting ensures a seamless and efficient survey experience. Our HomeBuyers Surveys are benchmarked against the RICS L2 Home Survey Standard however we provide a bespoke Harewood Report which includes additional sections such as; Dampness, Structural Movement and Asbestos.
l2 or l3?
L2 Reports are designed for those wanting a refined insight into the condition of a property. The reports are not as detailed as a L3, however we provide you with key information on condition, repair and any further investigations which may be required.
The L2 Reports include a condition rating system with red, amber and green colours applied to the various property elements. This helps you to understand the urgency or severity of any defects identified during the inspection of your prospective purchase.
Something we include in all of our home survey reports is photographs. A typical survey report will include anywhere between 50 & 100 photographs to highlight any building defects, wants of repair and matters which require your attention.
Key L2 Survey Features
The L2 survey includes a comprehensive inspection structural elements, roofs, walls, dampness and various other elements. We also provide an overview of the services.
Our reports are clear, jargon free and include photographs for your reference. The reports include information on condition and repair of your prospective purchase.
Our team will discuss the property with you both before and after the inspection. This allows us to answer any of your questions you may have.