If you're selling a property in Scotland you'll need to provide a home report.

A home report consists of four main components.
  • Single survey
  • Energy report (EPC)
  • Mortgage valuation report
  • Property questionnaire

If you're selling a property in Scotland you'll need to provide a home report.

A home report consists of four main components.
  • Single survey
  • Energy report (EPC)
  • Mortgage valuation report
  • Property questionnaire

What's Included In Your Home Report

Each report carried out consists of four essential parts

Single
Survey

An assessment of the condition of the home, ie; the roof, walls, plumbing and fittings. It also includes a valuation and an accessibility audit.

Energy Report
(EPC)

The energy report gives the home an energy efficiency rating. The higher the rating, the more energy efficient the home is and the lower the bills will be.

Mortgage Valuation Report

The mortgage valuation is designed to give enough information for the lender to decide whether the property is safe to lend on, and up to what amount.

Property
Questionnaire

The property questionnaire contains additional information about the property, including – council tax band, parking and any alterations that have been made.

Do I need a Home Report?

Anyone in Scotland who is looking to put their property on the market will need to have a home report carried out first.

Aire Homes can help you throughout this process and take care of it all for you, so you don’t have to.

Here are the top 5 reasons that homeowners are choosing Aire Homes to carry this out on their behalf.

  • Exclusive Rates – We have agreed exclusive rates with nationwide surveyors.
  • Organisation – We can arrange everything to take away the hassle.
  • Expert Advice – We can help you get the best valuation possible.
  • Timing – Your Home Report can be carried out within 24 hours.
  • Convenience – Not staying at the property? Not a problem we can take care of this.
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How much will it cost?

Producing a home report can cost as little as £300, depending on the size and value of your property. This might seem a lot but remember, if you’re also buying a property, you’ll no longer need to pay to get it surveyed, as it will also come with a home report.