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Hi

There has been lots of news about HIPs recently, mostly negative. I think they will be very good for the housing market as potential buyers will be able to view a survey before they commit any money. There must be so many people who have paid a lot for a survey only to then withdraw their offer.

www.houseinspect.co.uk

Gives a lot of useful background info, they are genuine people offering a real solution.

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According to Two-Jags FAQ there will be no requirement to update them after a set time (apart from searches which only last 6 months) so they still seem pretty useless.

It could end up like cars, just because it was MOT'd a month ago doesn't mean it's not a basket case now.

More crap from the most pointless parasite in government IMO

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One Question - Would you trust a sellers survey included in a sellers pack ?

I for one certainly wouldn't and would like an independent survey done on any property.

Were talking a lot of money here - property. Just think the amount of business frauders will get from making false survey's. Its going to be a thriving business once it all gets underway.

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