RICS Regulated Home and Building Surveyors South West
covering Devon and CornwallCamsure Homes Awarded Home Surveyor of the Year 2019
Are you buying a residential property and looking for a local surveyor to confirm it's condition?
Are you selling a property and require a Help to Buy or Shared Ownership Valuation?
Then look no further.
Camsure Homes provide the following services for residential property in your area:
*Valuations and Rebuild costs can be added to a Building Survey at request, for an additional fee.
With over 30 years' of experience, our Managing Surveyor in the South West, Jeremy Johnson, has worked with residential property for many years and is a qualified Chartered Surveyor and RICS Registered Valuer. Jeremy has also recently been elected as the Chairman of the Cornish Division of RICS.
Camsure offers detailed reports, local knowledge and reassuring context for common defects.
Are you looking to move to or within Cornwall? Home to a magnificent coast line, towering cliffs, seaside resorts and rural charm, there is much to enjoy.
Explore the mysterious past of the legendary King Arthur while tucking into Cornish Pasties and Ice cream or visit picturesque harbour villages along the 'Cornish Riviera'.
Are you looking to move to Truro, the only city in the county? Truro is the largest employer in the county, home to a striking Cathedral, pleasure cruises along the river Fal and a mixture of chain and independent stores along its pedestrianised town centre.
Jeremy covers Truro and the surrounding towns and villages.
Also within Jeremy's patch are the towns (and villages in between) of:
Known as the English Riviera, Devon is home to sandy beaches, medieval towns and attractive national parks.
If you're looking to move closer to Dartmoor and Exmoor national parks, the Jurassic Coast or a peaceful rural village, Jeremy can help.
Perhaps you are looking to move to Plymouth, the second largest city in the south west of England and home to the largest naval base in Western Europe?
Or what about Exeter, the county city of Devon, with its iconic Cathedral and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery. With a rich history going back before the arrival of the Romans in AD 50, there is much to explore, including unique underground passages and the beautiful Quayside area.
Also covered within his patch are the towns (and villages in between) of: