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Right Surveyors, Selby

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Right Surveyors Selby is an experienced, independent practice of Chartered Surveyors. We provide expert, tailored advice on all property types, including residential and commercial buildings, to our customers in Selby and the surrounding area.

When purchasing your new home in Selby, the right survey by a qualified Chartered Surveyor can help you make that final decision on a property. And if we identify any significant defects in the property, our professional survey report may even help you drive down the purchase price.

Our local Director and Chartered Building Surveyor in Selby, Mr George Passey FRICS, will provide you with personalised advice and a building survey suited to all your individual requirements.

George Passey, Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
George Passey FRICS RegVal

"Detecting hidden defects in a building is not uncommon and, not surprisingly, some can be expensive to fix.

As a RICS qualified Chartered Surveyor with many years’ experience in Selby and the surrounding area, I can provide you with a survey that will highlight these potential issues, allowing you to properly budget for the future. The survey is also a powerful negotiating tool which you can use to discuss any expensive repair costs with the vendor.

We will provide you with a personalised and professional survey suitable for your needs, whether a Full Building Survey, House Purchase Survey Report, Homebuyer (Home Buyer) Survey, or one of the many other services we offer.”

Building Surveys and Property Surveying Services from our Selby Surveyor

Selby is a popular town and civil parish in North Yorkshire, built along the course of the River Ouse, from which much of the town’s original wealth was derived.

Selby is a commuter town near York and Leeds. Selby was on the main route north from the Midlands and was the site of the Battle of Selby in the English Civil War. Selby once had a large shipbuilding industry and was an important port, thanks to the Selby Canal which brought trade from Leeds.

The 14th Century market place is adjacent to the impressive Norman Abbey of Selby, which has served the community for over 900 years.

A bypass around Selby has attracted the building of new homes, shops and redeveloped housing, and the river front area has been modernised with new housing and flats.

With building surveys to suit every property and budget, and our dedicated team’s extensive knowledge of Selby, we can provide comprehensive, quality advice you can trust.

We will help guide you all the way through your property purchase, getting to know you and the property on an individual level.

The Historic City of York is just 12 miles from Selby
The Historic City of York is just 12 miles from Selby