A property in East London has received a glowing recommendation from a Chartered Surveyor.
Our client, Mr N, requested the Property Survey in London. He was concerned that, although the 1990s property appeared to be in excellent condition it may contain some hidden flaws.
Thankfully, this was not the case. The three-bedroom property was in fine condition and showing few signs of wear.
The Surveyor considered the home to be good value. He said that:
“We are pleased to advise you that in our opinion this property is, on the whole, a reasonable purchase at the agreed price of £210, 000. We found no evidence of any significant defects or shortcomings. ”
The gravest damage reported by the Property Survey was a loose step leading to the front door. Mr N wouldn’t have to call in the structural engineer for that one.
Surveyed property has schools, colleges, shops and parks on the doorstep
This Property Survey in London found the home to be in great condition. But what about its location?
If he had been of a mind, Mr N could have stood on his loose front step and thrown a rock at:
- North Beckton Primary School
- Kingsford Community College
- An Asda supermarket
- A football pitch
- A gymnastics club
He was also only a short walk from Beckton District Park North.
Beckton Underground Station serviced the area. This is the last stop on the Docklands Light Railway. It sits just inside Zone 3, making commuter travel to the city easy and affordable.
Considering that the property no longer appears to be on the market, we hope that Mr N was the one who snapped it up. His Property Survey would have given him fantastic encouragement but also the assurance to commit to the investment.