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50 House Buying Tricks guide discussion
edited 24 October 2012 at 10:16AM in House buying, renting & selling
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If you're not sure which surveyor to use, go by whoever seems to have been around locally the longest. They'll be best informed about typical local structures, ground composition etc.
If you're worried about damp issues, get an independent specialist damp surveyor - they won't be working for a supplier so will give you an honest and usually reassuring assessment!