I saw a period property for sale that am very interested in. There is the odd crack in plaster and some signs of leaks or damp too.
Before I consider making any offer, I'd like to know which people I need to talk to so I can factor in the costs in addition to the house price.
There are bound to be a few issues such as damp/cracks which need fixing, along with rewiring, and maybe some plumbing. The house also needs extending to add a kitchen and an extra bedroom.
Is it a building surveryor for the house issues and a quantity surveyor or a builder for renovating/extending costs?
I assume its best to talk to these before placing any bid.