I can't praise Catherine and her staff (particularly Rachel) enough for the impressive (to the point of gob-smacking) speed and efficiency with which they sold our home.
I knew on meeting Catherine that she was a professional of a very high calibre but we were both surprised and delighted that she managed to find us several potential buyers within the first few days of marketing our property.
I would add that her really excellent photographs assisted with this as, having viewed many properties over several years, I appreciate the value of quality images in conveying the best impression to the public.
I now recommend PJC to everyone as being by far the best estate agents in South West Wales.
Whatever the condition of a particular property may be, it is often necessary to maintain a record of its present state and a schedule of condition is the accepted medium by which this can be achieved.
A schedule of condition survey is usually commissioned before the signing of a lease in order to determine the condition of the building so that any existing defects and their repair costs are identified prior to any commitment being made.
Commercial leases usually stipulate that the tenant is responsible for any repairs during and at the end of a tenancy, so it is vital that you fully understand your potential liabilities before signing your lease.
As lettng agents in Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot, our service includes;
A comprehensive and detailed survey of the property
A written document which fully describes the condition of the property, set in a user-friendly format
Extensive photographic evidence illustrating the condition and any defects that exist
Often, a schedule of condition survey can be used to negotiate with your landlord to have immediate defects corrected prior to your taking over the lease and thus save you considerable sums of money.
As long as you maintain the property in accordance with the terms of your lease, a schedule of condition may pay enormous dividends when you come to vacate the premises.