Your Checklist For Inspecting A Property

Updated: Oct 6, 2021

We have put together a list of things to consider in the inspection process, we hope this helps you and happy house hunting!



THE LOCATION

  • Does the area have the local amenities you might need?

  • Shops

  • Schools and child care

  • Doctors and hospitals

  • Public transport

  • Food and entertainment

  • Are there any local council planning changes or planned infrastructure developments in the near future?

  • How long will it take you to travel to work?



INSIDE THE PROPERTY

  • Check what is included – carpets, curtains, blinds, light fittings, air conditioning, heating and any appliances

  • Are there enough bedrooms and bathrooms?

  • What is the condition of the electrical wiring?

  • Does the plumbing work?

  • Are walls, ceilings and floors in good condition?

  • Is the kitchen in good condition?

  • Do all the windows and doors open?

  • Is there enough storage space?

  • Is there space for your fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer?



OUTSIDE THE PROPERTY

  • Is there off-street parking?

  • Is the building structurally sound?

  • Are there signs of damp around the house (eg bubbling paint, a musty smell)?

  • What is the condition of paintwork, windows, fences, gardens, roof and guttering?

  • Is it possible to extend the property in the future?

  • How much northerly sunlight does it get?

  • Is there external noise from traffic trains or planes?


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