All the surveyors that you contact through this site are fully insured and registered with the SAVA Scheme. SAVA stands for Surveyors’ and Valuers’ Accreditation, and it was established in 1999 to champion the standards of residential property surveys.
SAVA recognised that there was a lot of confusion about house surveys and in 2007, it created the Home Condition Survey. This report gives home buyers an easy-to-understand summary of their potential home, highlighting possible future expenses or issues. There was, and indeed still is, much confusion about the valuation report that your lender arranges and many home buyers think that this valuation report is a condition survey. Find out what’s included in a Home Condition Survey.
SAVA is part of the National Energy Services (NES), a company with more than 30 years’ experience in the building survey and energy efficiency fields. Together, NES and SAVA have unrivalled expertise in every aspect of property condition surveys.
Both NES and SAVA are based in Milton Keynes at the National Energy Centre