Izuka Francis Soligbo MSc AssocRICS

Experienced building surveyor in Essex, Izuka Francis Soligbo MSc AssocRICS has produced hundreds of home survey reports throughout Essex, East London, Greater London and the Home Counties. He has great experience of the land and soil types in this geographical area and of the various different styles of architecture. He provides comprehensive and reliable reports for all those thinking of buying a property or developing an existing one.


About Izuka

Qualifications:

AssocRICS

RICS No.:
6551599

Date Qualified:

June 2016

Areas Covered:
Essex, East London, Home Counties

Izuka provides the following survey services:

  • Expert witness reports
  • Property valuations for probate, Help to Buy and Shared Ownership
  • Expert Witness Reports
  • Lease extension valuations
  • Schedule of dilapidation

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Signs of subsidence? Get a home buyers survey!

Should you spot any cracks in a property you're thinking of buying where you could put the width of a 10p piece into them then you would be well advised to book a home buyers survey. These cracks could indicate the presence of subsidence.

If you find any other evidence of other issues then there is even more reason to book a survey.

The costs of remedying subsidence can run into tens of thousands of pounds but if your surveyor finds real suspicions of the issue, then you can start getting quotes to find out how much it'll cost to fix. Depending on the case you can bargain with the seller about sharing repair costs or if things seem too expensive, you could pull out of buying the property entirely.

Read more about what to do when you have signs of subsidence - What is subsidence?