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KMCS - Chartered Quantity Surveyors, Project Managers, Cost Consultants
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quantity surveyor cork, quantity surveying cork, project management cork, cost management cork | Gilley Quantity Surveying Services Cork Ireland
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Ross Harris Chartered Quantity Surveyor
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Focus Surveys Limited, Cork - Contact Them
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Michael Barrett Parnership Quantity Surveyors | Michael Barrett Partnership Quantity Surveyors: Their People
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House Page, Byrne & Co., Chartered Quality Surveyors
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John McCarthy & Associates Chartered Quantity Surveyors
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Cahalane Lynch Associates - Chartered Quantity Surveyors - Cork
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Edward Cotter Partnership - Chartered Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors Cork Ireland
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What is in a Home Report exactly? This article will tell you what you need to know.


The Home Report was introduced in Scotland in December 2008. The purpose of the Home Report is to provide potential buyers with upfront information about the condition of the property which will enable them to make informed decisions prior to either viewing, or putting an offer on for the property.

The Home Report consists of 3 elements;
• Property Questionnaire,
• Survey
• Energy Performance Certificate (commonly known as an EPC).

The Property questionnaire is completed by the person selling the property and is contains the majority of information that is useful to potential buyers. It typical includes information about:

• The properties Council Tax Band
• Details of any alterations that have been made to the property
• Any parking arrangements
• Any additional charges that the buyer may incur such as upkeep of communal areas

The Survey is carried out by a Chartered Surveyor who is RICS regulated (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors). The survey will help potential buyers find out about the condition of the building and, if there are problems, give them powerful ammunition for negotiating the buying price down or asking the seller to rectify the problems.

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) can be compiled by anyone who is licensed to produce EPC’s. An Energy Performance Certificate is required for properties when constructed, sold or let and provides details on the energy performance of the property and advice on what can be done to improve it.

There are also certain types of home that don’t need a Home Report. These include:

If a home doesn’t need a Home Report, the seller must still give you an Energy Performance Certificate.

The majority of larger firms of Chartered Surveyors including ourselves, produce Home Reports. They’ll provide both Survey and EPC elements of the Home Report while the property seller inputs the relevant information for the Property Questionnaire.
Once the individual documents are complete, the surveyors then produce one document that contains all elements of the Home Report. Some non-RICS registered companies will produce Home Reports but they have to obtain the three required elements from different parties before packaging them together into an all-in-one report.

Author: Andrew MacKenzie

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