Martin Tate MRICS

Martin qualified as a Chartered surveyor way back in 1984 at the age of 23 and has spent much of his career specialising in surveying residential property. Martin has acted for many prospective buyers over the years inspecting and reporting on a wide variety of homes. 

From a modest terraced house through to a large period country house, no job is considered too small or large. It’s rumoured that Martin has now completed over 10,000 Home Buyer or Building Survey Reports. With this wealth of expertise he his proud to offer a personal and dedicated service to clients whether they are first time buyers or experienced home movers. 

Martin helped found the Residential Property Surveyors Association (RPSA), acted as chairman of the association for over 2 years, and is passionate about ensuring home buyers get the best advice available. Martin has specialised knowledge of older period properties and properties that have suffered cracks and movement.

About Martin Tate MRICS

Qualifications:

MRICS
RICS No.
0072015

Date Qualified:

June 1985

Areas Covered:
London and the M1 corridor (Peterborough etc.)

Martin provides the following survey services:

  • All RICS Home Buyer Surveys from Levels 1 - 3
  • Commercial surveys
  • Dilapidations
  • Property valuations
  • Defects, Diagnosis and Solution

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Martin Tate MRICS
 

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"The report that was produced was very thorough, and it contained photographs to back up statements set out in the report. I would, without any reservation, recommend Martin Tate’s services in the future."

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Have a particular concern about a property you're buying? Tell your surveyor before the inspection

Your RICS surveyor will, during any home inspection, make as much use of the time on site to uncover any suspicions of any major defects and report these to you fully in their report.

Even though that is the case, if you've got something that you're particularly concerned about that you've spotted when viewing the property, please tell your surveyor before the inspection because they can make a particular point of looking at that area of your concern and they'll ensure that it is covered fully in their written findings.