Are you buying a house with trees in the garden? Damage caused by trees can reduce property value, and mortgage lenders often require assurances that their equity will not be exposed to unnecessary risk. Where trees are present on or adjacent to a property, building surveyors, working on behalf of mortgage lenders and insurers, often require a pre-purchase tree report to enable them to make their evaluation.
We will provide you with a detailed fee proposal, tailored to your needs, setting out our services and a timescale for completion. Our consultants will visit site, normally within 48 hours of receipt of your instruction, assess the trees and the site and gather all the data needed to produce a comprehensive all-risks report.
Our reports provide your lender or insurer with all the information they need and provide you with clear, sensible tree management advice and guidance.
Cheshire Woodlands use of Quantified Tree Risk Assessment has proved invaluable. It has helped us to retain trees that were condemned by another advisor. They have used measurable data to provide us with a valid tree risk assessment.
What information does a mortgage report include?