RICS Valuation Survey
When you need to get your home valued, it makes sense to have it professionally valued by a RICS Registered Valuer to the RICS "Red Book" standard. To get quotes for a valuation survey from up to five local RICS surveyors, simply complete the details below.
Why use a RICS Registered Valuer?
The RICS says the RICS Registered Valuer scheme is:
"our quality assurance mechanism that monitors all registered RICS members who carry out 'Red Book' valuations and ensures consistent standards.
By appointing an RICS Registered Valuer, you can be confident that you are working with regulated and qualified professionals"
To provide a valuation a RICS Surveyor must be a RICS Registered Valuer, and the valuation must adhere to the RICS 'Red Book' valuation standards. The RICS Red Book details the mandatory practices for RICS Valuers, and a Red Book valuation is the recognised 'gold standard' valuation for lending, probate and tax purposes.
Additionally, RICS Valuers must have appropriate geographical knowledge of the local market and be able to support their valuation with local comparatives.
Instant Valuation Survey estimates
To get instant estimates for a RICS Valuation Survey from up to 5 of your local RICS Valuers simply complete your details on the form and hit search. Your estimates will be shown on screen and emailed to you.
If you need a more detailed survey or general property advice:
How Our Site Works
How it Works
Our RICS Surveyors cover the whole of the UK. All of the surveyors or firms listed on our site are RICS Accredited and Regulated - either AssocRICS, MRICS, FRICS, or RICS Regulated Firms, so you can be sure that your survey will be carried out to the highest professional standards.
Getting an estimate for a standard home survey is as simple as 1, 2, 3...
1. Enter your property details
2. Enter your contact details, and
3. Press Search - what could be simpler?
You will receive estimates for your survey from up to five RICS Chartered Surveyors operating in your postcode. These estimates and the surveyor details will be displayed on screen, and also emailed to you for you to follow up. Your details will also be sent to the listed surveyors so they can contact you to discuss your requirements in more detail.
If you need something other than a standard survey for a home purchase, then simply click on one of the 'Survey Types' options from the main menu to find a relevant surveyor.
I didn't get 5 results/estimates, why is that?
The maximum number of estimates you will receive is 5, and in most urban areas, for the common survey types, you will receive a full complement. But in some areas the actual number may be fewer, depending upon the number of surveyors offering the specific service you require, as:
a) not all surveyors will offer all survey types in their chosen territories, and
b) some areas, particularly more rural areas, simply have fewer surveyors covering them!
Are your surveyors all local to my postcode?
Results will list surveying firms of a mixture of sizes and locations. Some are independent practitioners, and others may be larger firms covering wider areas. Smaller firms and independent surveyors tend to be highly localised - they don't like to waste hours 'on the road' travelling between surveys!
Larger firms with offices that are located out of your immediate locality usually employ surveyors local to the postcodes they appear in for the same reason, so you can expect that the surveyor carrying out your survey for any firm appearing in your search results will have a good knowledge of your local area. Just because the main office of a surveying firm is distant from your location does not mean the actual surveyor is not local.
If you are in any doubt as to the local knowledge of the surveyors returned, we'd recommend you simply ask about their experience of your locality before you choose.
Why do you ask for the postcode and address of the property?
We need your postcode to find local surveyors actively operating in the area. The full address helps surveyors answer any questions you may have based on the specific property, and its location, for which you require the survey.
Why do you ask for my contact details?
We need these to email your estimates to you, and so the surveyors can contact you to discuss your exact requirements. If you choose to withold your contact information (by entering dummy information for example) you will still be able to view your search results on screen, but they will not be emailed to you. If you prefer not to be emailed but not called, simply enter 'please don't call me' in the telephone number field.
Can I withhold my contact details?
You can if you wish, but if you choose to withold your contact information (by entering dummy information for example) we will not be able to email your estimates to you, although you will still be able to view your search results on screen. If you want to receive confirmation of your estimates by email but prefer not to be called, simply enter 'please don't call me' in the telephone number field.
What do you do with my details?
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Are all your surveyors RICS surveyors?
Yes. All the surveyors or firms listed on our site are RICS accredited - either AssocRICS, MRICS, FRICS, or RICS Regulated Firms. Results may also return estimates for marketing networks such as Your Survey, that provide a centralised marketing service exclusively for groups of RICS Chartered Surveyors.
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus Covid-19 is significantly affecting the property market. On Wednesday 13th May, the Government issued updated guidance which allowed Estate Agents and other property related businesses involved in moving home to come out of lockdown and reopen.
However, many surveying firms are still choosing not to carry out property inspections at present. Others are returning to work in a phased manner, but only where appropriate social distancing and medical protection precautions can be made to minimise any risk to the surveyor, or of spreading infection.
Those surveyors that have suspended services will not be returned in search results, which means that you may receive fewer results than in normal times.
We recommend you discuss the safe access arrangements to the property with both the current resident and the surveyor to ensure that there is mutual agreement on the health precautions required before proceeding with a survey.