How much is my house worth in Eastbourne?
Southdown Surveyors are a local team of chartered surveyors and building consultants offering house valuations across Eastbourne and East Sussex. We work with many estate agents, landlords and residential clients.
We provide an accurate guide price on what you may sell your home for within the current market. Whether you are looking to buy or sell, we will provide you with a reliable price for your property.
We value all flats, semi-detached homes and detached homes. If you are considering putting your property on the market, you can rely on our valuations to be entirely honest and accurate. Purchasing a property is a huge financial investment - so understanding the value of your investment provides added security to your mortgage provider.
When we have completed your valuation, we can provide you with a comprehensive and impartial written report. Within this, we will identify any possible reasons the value may be affected. If there are any serious issues detected in the report, we may suggest a further survey. This will investigate the safety of your investment in more detail.
Discover the value of your home
Learn the value of your home with a Southdown Surveyors valuation. We offer competitive prices and prioritise customer service within all of our services. We are RICS registered valuers - so you know you are dealing with professionals who are monitored to always adhere to industry guidelines. We offer the following valuation types:
- Help to Buy
- Housing Association
- Private and Matrimonial
- Building Reinstatement
Simply give us a call on 01323 739183 to book in an appointment with us.
Building Reinstatement Valuations
Residential (or commercial) buildings do not always have the correct insurance in place. This can lead to issues should they need to ever make a claim. Their property will classify as underinsured and settling the claim could become a problem.
This can leave you as the claimant in a difficult financial position. However, if a building is over-insured, it may mean you pay more for your insurance premiums.
Get in touch to discuss this building reinstatement valuation.