Home Report Ayr
Whether you’re buying or selling in Ayrshire, a thorough and competent home report is essential. Not only are home reports required by law, but they can also remove a good deal of the stress from the process, ensuring everything has been accounted for and there are no nasty surprises awaiting the buyer after the property has been purchased.
And when it comes to compiling a home report that is thorough, competent and competitive, a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) regulated surveyor with an in-depth knowledge of the area and a local office are essential criteria. Luckily, Shepherd Chartered Surveyors ticks all these boxes, offering you the most competitive home report in Ayrshire.
Quite simply one of the most reputable Chartered Surveyors firms anywhere, we provide expert advice to buyers with mortgage valuation reports, RICS homebuyers’ reports and other residential inspections. Shepherd Chartered Surveyors is represented on all major lender’s panels, our reports are widely accepted and our knowledge of the Ayrshire area is unparalleled. With many years of experience surveying locations across Scotland and a vast network of offices, we can guarantee an unmatched knowledge of your local area stretching back decades. When you contact us for any reason, you can be sure of speaking to a qualified chartered surveyor, who will answer any questions you may have free of charge.
Buying in Ayr
The town of Ayr is truly one of Scotland’s gems. Each summer it attracts visitors from the west of Scotland and beyond looking to enjoy its fine sandy beach and waterfront attractions. The town has an illustrious past, dating back 800 years. The modern suburb of Alloway is famously the birthplace of Robert Burns and Ayr retains many of the grand buildings and monuments which have been built in the town over the years.
Ayr boasts plenty of open space, traditional stone masonry and idyllic seaside bungalows. Whether on the picturesque waterfront, the idyllic banks of the river Ayr or the well preserved main street, Ayr is one of the most sought after places to buy property in Scotland. The wider Ayrshire area also offers much variety in property types from traditional villas to modern flats and quaint bungalows. The town of Prestwick is contiguous with Ayr and extends from it northwards. The towns of Troon and Girvan, to the north and south respectively, offer a similar seaside charm to Ayr, and the surrounding countryside is very often idyllic.
The property market in Ayr and Ayrshire reflects the general trends in Scotland, with property prices rebounding upwards from 2020. As of January 2023, the average price for property in Ayr stood at £191,485. Different property types in Ayr have different average selling prices over the last 12 months: £295,807 for detached properties, £178,662 for semi-detached, £138,813 for terraced, and £106,410 for flats.
Why Use Shepherd?
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors is quite simply one of the most reputable teams of chartered surveyors around. The leader in the Scottish property industry, our origins date back to the 18th century. Naturally, we’re also regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. When selecting surveyors for a home report, a knowledge of the area in question and an office nearby are essential criteria.
If you’re looking for a home report in Ayrshire, you’ll find a Shepherd branch centrally located on Miller Road, just near the town centre. We cover all postcodes in Ayrshire and are available to give you a quote at any time. Nobody can offer the same level of local market knowledge as Shepherd; our wealth of experience, proven industry expertise and vast network of offices stand testament to that.
Ayr Office Details
- 22 Miller Road KA7 2AY
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: 01292 267987
- Monday – Thursday: 8.45am to 5.30pm
- Friday: 8.45am to 5pm