Survey & commercial

Survey, commercial & block Management

Survey & Commercial

Get a professional opinion on the condition of your property

Why Do i need a survey?

Is your new home up to scratch?

It’s not a legal requirement to have a survey on a property you are buying, and at a time when you’re about to buy a property, it may seem like an unnecessary expense. However, a survey could save you money and stress in the long run.

WHAT IS A SURVEY?​

Save on money and stress

In simple terms, a survey is a health inspection on the property, and if it reveals any issues, it puts you in a position to ask the seller to repair them before you progress with the purchase.


Alternatively, you may choose to renegotiate the final sale value to account for the cost of repairing them yourself – or you may even elect to pull out of the deal entirely.


At Beal’s we offer 3 types of survey…

TYPE one

Building survey

This is a more in depth report suited to larger or older properties and contains more detail in relation to the nature of construction, identified defects and specific remedies. Again it is a visual inspection of all exposed and accessible areas, including the roof void.Tests on service installations are not undertaken, although we can advise on the need for such tests by suitably qualified specialists should our visual inspection reveal the need to do so. Accessible drainage chambers will be inspected.

The report can be tailored to suit your particular needs and can include a valuation if required. These reports are often used as a checklist for defects and in order to obtain quotations from building contractors.

Type two

Homebuyer report

This is a popular report laid out in a standard format prepared by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and involves a thorough visual inspection of all readily visible areas, including the roof void. It is intended to provide a professional opinion as to whether the property is considered to be a good purchase at the agreed price.

The report is in logical headed sections and includes matters that we believe should be referred to your legal advisers for further investigation.

The report is a general guide to condition and value and is not suited to more individual, larger or older properties.

Type three

Valuation report

Clients may wish for a valuation report to confirm that an agreed price is a fair reflection of market value. Whilst such reports comment generally on the condition of a property, they do not constitute a survey and are commonly instructed for probate or matrimonial

Commercial properties

Need a commercial property managed?

Beals can offer a full commercial agency service for sales, lettings and acquisition of most types of commercial property, including shops, offices, and factories/warehouses and building land. We also offer a professional service in relation to rent reviews, lease renewals, business rate appeals and planning. Beals are also actively involved in commercial management, including residential block management on behalf of private freeholders, Residents Associations and suchlike.
  • Building Surveys
  • Rent Reviews
  • Property Management
  • Valuations for all purposes
  • Rating Advice

Block Management

Property management

Block Management is a professional task, with many legal implications if the correct procedures are not adhered to. The solution therefore is to appoint a first class Managing Agent, run by a qualified team competent in the specialised field of Block Management. To manage and administer the smooth running of purpose built blocks of flats, converted houses or privately owned residential and commercial estates, requires specialised skills and an in-depth knowledge of legislation. We at Beals can provide you with that ‘peace of mind.’

We will work closely with you to prepare proper programmes of cost effective management, whilst continuing to maintain the annual service charge at a sustainable economic level.

Block Management

Our services

  • Arranging building repairs and servicing of mechanical and electrical equipment.
  • Overseeing internal and external lighting and cleaning.
  • Deal with landscaping and gardens.
  • Collection of and accounting for ground rents and service charges.
  • Arranging adequate buildings insurance.
  • Lease extension (enfranchisement) valuations.
  • Payment of communities and landlord supplies.
  • Design Management proposals to meet your needs.
  • Competitive Management Fees.
  • Attending Directors meetings and AGM’s.
  • Dealing competently and efficiently with any problems or disputes.
  • Access to Competent Contractors.

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Save money and time with a survey​