Building Survey is a wide-ranging inspection of a property. Occasionally, home buyers will use the former term, Structural Survey, for refer to a Building Survey. Regardless of which term you use, it is the most broad of the surveys available for residential properties and will provide a detailed evaluation of a property’s condition. The survey will inspect all visible and accessible parts of a building, including roofs, walls, floors, windows and doors, chimneys, cellars, garages and outbuildings. The surveys are generally undertaken to help property owners understand the condition of a property, recording risks and potential expenditure that may be required, enabling them develop the appropriate remedial or maintenance plans. They may also be prepared for individual homeowners, home buyers, or for investors in property portfolios to help inform future investments. A surveyor is a professional who can measure and map the property lines for you. The surveyor will mark the lines at the corners with stakes. Be present when the surveyor comes to measure your property, so he can point out where the property lines are. MIPAN INDIA maintains professionalism & punctuality for our every client’s projects.

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