Chartered Surveyors that cover London NW10

Listed below are 8 Chartered Surveyors that regularly carry out surveys in the London NW10 area. Clicking on their name will take you through to their website. Alternatively you can send a request to several of the listed surveyors by ticking the box next to their name and clicking on the "Send a Message" box.

Agent Phone Address
Woodward Surveyors 020 8423 4001 90 High Street, Harrow on the Hill, HA1 3LP
Peter Barry Surveyors 020 8629 5942 137-139 Brent Street, Hendon, London NW4 4DJ
Conways Surveyors 020 8519 3939 53 Abbey Road, St John's Wood, London NW8 0AD
Hallas & Co. Chartered Surveyors 020 8948 9553 The Podium, 1 Eversholt Street, London NW1 2DN
Allcott Residential 020 8212 7967 First Central 200, 2 Lakeside Drive, London NW10 7FQ
Dunsin Surveyors 020 7233 6762 176 Finchley Road, London NW3 6BT
Michael Charles Surveyors 020 8204 2274 666 Kenton Road, London HA3 9QN
Ian Hyman and Co. Limited 020 8458 2525 46 The Market Place, London NW11 6JP
 
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Get a quote for your London NW10 property survey

If you are buying a property in London NW10 and would like to arrange a survey you can contact some or all of the surveyors listed to obtain a quotation. We have listed only independent local surveyors that have considerable experience in their field and that are familiar with London NW10. We would recommend contacting 2 or 3 from the list. Try clicking through to their websites to see which ones would be most suitable for your purpose.

What type of property survey should you have?

If you are taking out a mortgage the lender will insist upon carrying out a valuation inspection. Although you will bear the cost of this it is just a valuation for the lender's purposes and not a survey. The two most common types of property survey are an RICS Homebuyer Survey and Valuation, often referred to as a Homebuyer's Report and a Building Survey. The Homebuyer's Report will be suitable in most cases. The exceptions are properties that are more than 150 years old, that have been substantially altered or that have known structural problems. If any of these exceptions apply a Building Survey, previously known as a Full Structural survey, will be more appropriate.

For more detailed advice read our article "What type of survey should I have?".

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