The RPSA supports other independent professionals in a range of ways:
Meeting the needs of professionals, whether you are a “one man band”, or a national corporate is already within our skill-set. We’ve done it for others, and we can do it for you. So just tell us what you want to achieve and we’ll find the best way to deliver a solution.
Unlike, for example, a traditional Homebuyers Report, which is more of a tick box exercise based on a partial inspection, as far as they are able, RPSA surveyors, amongst other things, will check the operation of every window, and every tap, lift the manhole covers and flush the toilets.
Every survey is based on a full and thorough inspection of the property to make sure we completely understand where the issues are. In the RPSA standards there are no “level 2” inspections, only full and thorough property reviews, making it more likely that we can detect, diagnose and describe any defects more clearly.
Yes, it’s something we already do for other clients. Whether you want to send us confirmed instructions, or hot/cold leads, we can structure an arrangement to suit.
We have a fully managed quality assurance programme and bespoke survey writing software, which allows us to deliver consistent quality and style.
Because of our widespread involvement with Government, stakeholders, and consumer groups, we have a broad understanding of the needs of professionals across all sectors of the market. So we can create and deliver training and CPD that is targeted and relevant for your sector.
Our combination of in-house software creation, product design and industry knowledge puts the RPSA in a unique position to understand your needs, design and deliver bespoke products.
We have already created specialist products in the buy-to-let, new-build and volume buyer sectors, and continue to innovate and explore new opportunities.
The RPSA already has international connections with surveyor colleagues in the US, Canada, Australia and South Africa who have seen the benefits we have brought to the surveying sector in the UK. We welcome requests for support and are happy to share our knowledge and experiences to help develop the industry in other jurisdictions.