Homebuying: Failing to commission a survey makes homes a time bomb

InspectorThe Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), are warning that homebuyers who try to save money by not having a survey of their new home, could be storing up problems for a later date. RICS have warned that if a survey is not completed, families who may already be financially stretched could risk huge repair bills putting right problems with their new home, which a survey would have highlighted before the purchase was completed. The survey of 1,000 buyers, which was ...