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Home Report

About Home Reports

All homes for sale in Scotland require a Home Report. Some properties however are exempt from this, for example new build properties. A Home Report is a pack consisting of three documents: a single survey, an energy report and a property questionnaire.

What is a Home Report for?

A Home Report is a standard report on the condition and valuation of the property for sale, it looks at three key areas;

Single Survey:

  • Detailed information on the condition and value of the property
  • Includes an audit of accessible features useful for older and disabled people, also parents with young children

Please note: The Single Survey can only be compiled by a Chartered Surveyor

Energy Report:

  • An energy efficiency rating and environmental impact of the property in terms of its carbon emissions
  • The report recommends ways to improve the energy efficiency of the property
  • It helps potential buyers compare energy costs of properties they may be considering to buy

Please note: The Energy Report within a Home Report can only be compiled by a Chartered Surveyor

Property Questionnaire:

  • This includes information on council tax bands, parking facilities, relevant local authority notices, factoring arrangements and any alterations made to the property

Please note: The Property Questionnaire is completed by the seller or the nominee

The Home Report is made available on request to prospective buyers of a property.

At Slater Hogg & Howison we can arrange your home report on your behalf ensuring your move is as straight forward and hassle free as possible. For more information on our Home Report service please contact your local branch and one of our experts will be happy to help. 

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