HomeOwners Alliance Reviews

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The HomeOwners Alliance champions the interests of Britain’s homeowners and aspiring homeowners, providing unbiased and practical advice as well as services you can trust whether you are buying, selling or owning your home.

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Some good ideas. Legally not convinced by issues raised. Precompletion snagging vital. The paucity of info on a new build requires govt intervention
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Thank you Tom for your comment. We completely agree that pre-completion snagging is vital and we are pleased to see that developers will be required to offer this to their customers as part of the New Homes Quality Code. Starting in May/June new homebuyers should read their reservation agreement carefully and make sure they take up the developer's offer to do their own inspection before completion. We will continue to keep a close eye on the industry and intend to hold them to account to ensure that these inspections give the buyers the reassurance they need - that their new home is ready for occupation. Unfortunately, as they will be limited in scope, these inspections will likely not remove the need for a fuller snagging survey at a later date if problems arise.
Some useful advice on getting a building survey done however, the advice is narrowly aimed at RICS only surveyors and does not mention RPSA, other types of chartered surveyor who may be more suitable for specific properties. EG. for a historic building, non standard construction, rural off grid properties etc. There are more qualifications than RICS out there
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Hi, thanks for taking the time to reply. I believe your comments relate to our survey guide - https://hoa.org.uk/advice/guides-for-homeowners/i-am-buying/what-sort-of-survey-should-i-have/#inpage-4. In it we do cover the Home Condition Survey provided by RPSA alongside the standard Levels 1-3 RICS survey. We also cover new build surveys but agree we could be more comprehensive and cover other types of surveys. We will look to update this page based on your comments.
You've really depressed me. How on earth do you work out the valuations? It's about £100K out! I know what properties are selling for on my block. Also, the explanation is confusing. How about some bullets or numbers to give us step by step guide.
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Good info but sadly no answers at all to queries left. Not good.
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Website is fine but Cookie settings options does NOT function as there is nowhere to actually make a choice
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HomeOwners Alliance is rated 4.65 based on 619 reviews