Graham Walker FRICS

Experienced building surveyor in Colchester Graham Walker FRICS provides detailed survey reports throughout Colchester, the county of Essex and the county of Suffolk. His attention to detail and expert knowledge results in the delivery of a report you can rely upon during the purchase of your home or in the development of a property you own.

Graham has carried out surveys on 1000s of properties in Colchester, wider Essex and many other locations in his distinguished career and as a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, he holds the highest accolade which RICS allows for.

Graham is a partner at KWD Chartered Surveyors LLP which was established in 2012. His years of experience supports SAM clients moving home in Essex.

About Graham Walker

FRICS (the highest RICS accreditation)


Date Qualified:
1 October 1974
Areas Covered:
Essex, Suffolk

Graham provides the following RICS survey services

  • Residential Valuations - Registered Valuer
  • Commercial Valuations - Registered Valuer
  • Expert Witness Reports
  • Commercial Building Surveys
  • Party wall procedures

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Graham Walker FRICS
"An appointment for the survey to be done was quickly made, even though it was over the Christmas break. The surveyor rang us the day after the survey with the most important findings and the full report followed a week later (New Year came in the middle).

"The report contained an estimate for the work which needed to be done, which was helpful. It also contained plans of what we might like to do with the property, so over and above what we expected."

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If there's something you really want checked out during a survey, tell your RICS surveyor before the inspection

When you view a home which you are thinking of buying, you might notice things which make you suspicious of possible possible defects. You might, for example, have fears of subsidence, damp, rot or any other problems which might either prove costly to remedy in future or which might affect your enjoyment of your home.

If you do notice things which concern you, tell your surveyor before they carry out their inspection for their home buyers survey for you. That way, they can make sure that they examine the property with your concerns in mind and use their expertise to give you their qualified and experienced opinion as to how you should best proceed. For most people, a home purchase is the most expensive transaction they'll make in their lives: your surveyor's aim is to give you an expert opinion about a property's condition and they will want to answer any particular concerns you may have.