If you have heard a lot about surveyors in your process of moving house and you’re not too sure what one really is, I am about to let you in on a few little secrets that will hopefully ease your mind.
Using my expertise as a chartered surveyor, I believe that I have the insight you are looking for when it comes to learning the difference between a chartered surveyor and a normal surveyor. Follow this blog post to find out more.
What Actually Is a Surveyor?
The basic surveyor is a title that isn’t protected in the UK and anyone can basically hold the title with little or no training and qualifications. Using basic knowledge in their day to day work, they can advise on small topics to do with both property and landscapes.
Although they are not as highly skilled as chartered surveyors, I am not taking away from the fact that they will work really hard and still do provide their clients with in-depth reports and statistics.
What Is a Chartered Surveyor?
A chartered surveyor is someone who holds numerous qualifications and someone who specialises in their subject rather than a broad spectrum. Acting with complete integrity and being accredited by The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, you can count on your chartered surveyor to provide you with the insight you need into your property, land and assets.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
RICS are the UK’s leading accrediting company for chartered surveyors who monitor, guide and approve surveyors and their work. With five leading standards set out by RICS, it really http://www.besttramadolonlinestore.com pays to make sure your chartered surveyor follows:
- acting with integrity
- providing high standards of services
- acting to promote the professions and trust within it
- treating others and our clients with respect
- taking responsibility for our reports and services
Holding the chartered status means that myself, Chris Ledger, am able to link you directly to RICS so that should anything go wrong or should you have a complaint, you can go to the necessary informers easily.
What Do Chartered Surveyors Actually Do?
Using both knowledge and skill, chartered surveyors are able to give you an accurate insight into the quality of your property and the condition of the structure, materials, value and overall reliability of purchasing the property on the market.
Chris Ledger, Chartered Surveyor
I am proud to be a chartered surveyor and work around the Isle of Wight and the UK to make sure my clients get the most accurate property reports and surveys possible. To ensure that my clients get what they need, I use years of expertise, knowledge and constantly offer guidance on the next steps to take with their property.