Right Surveyors Edgware
RICS Chartered Property Surveys and HomeBuyers Valuation Reports.
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Whether you’re buying a new home, on the hunt for a commercial property or want expert, tailored advice in the Edgware area, Right Surveyors Edgware are here for you.
The right survey by a qualified Chartered Surveyor can help you make that final decision on a property and can even drive down the purchase price, should there be defects in the property. Our local Director and building surveyor Miles Strong MRICS offers the best building surveys and advice personalised to you, the property and the local Edgware area.
"I have over many years’ experience carrying out a variety of different surveys for both residential and commercial clients allowing me to provide an efficient and comprehensive service. I specialise in building surveys such as the RICS Homebuyer Report and the RICS Full Building Survey, but my qualification as a Registered Valuer means that I can also provide and accurate property valuation on houses throughout Edgware and Greater London.”
Our RICS Chartered Surveyors carry out most of the property surveying services you need, whether buying new property or assessing problems in the home you already own.
Miles Strong is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a RICS Registered Valuer. He specialises in all aspects of property valuation, including matrimonial property valuation and can provide a Pre-Purchase Survey Report as well as acquisitions advice and major defects reports.
Building Surveys, Property Services and professional advice from an experienced Local Edgware Surveyor
Edgware is in the London Borough of Barnet and a district in Greater London. Edgware is now a substantial shopping and residential area earmarked as one of London’s 35 major cities, although up until 1935 its population was just over 5,000. In 1935, a local builder constructed a series of six bedroomed luxury properties on Edgwarebury Lane in Edgware and the village continued to grow.
The route of the Roman Road, Watling Street, runs through Edgware. Coaching Inns were built at intervals along the road but the land around Edgware remained largely agricultural and it was not recorded in the Domeday survey. The infamous highwayman, Dick Turpin, was associated with Edgware and in 1735 his Essex Gang famously broke into Earlsbury House, the details of which have been graphically recorded.
Since 1216, the focus of the manor of Edgware has been Edgwarebury, on the outskirts of Edgware. The listed Days Almshouses in Stone Grove, Edgware, were built in 1828 and the attractive Georgian buildings were restored in 1959.
With building surveys to suit every property and budget and our dedicated team’s extensive knowledge of Edgware, we can provide comprehensive, quality advice you can trust. We will help guide you all the way through your property purchase, getting to know you and the property on an individual level.