RICS Regulated Home & Building Surveyor
Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire & GloucestershireCamsure 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.
Based in Watchfield on the Oxfordshire/Wiltshire border. Ollie Clack has worked with residential property for many years and is a qualified Associate RICS member and RICS Registered Valuer. Ollie offers detailed reports, local knowledge and appropriate context for common defects.
Oxfordshire is known as the 'city of dreaming spires', home to a world renowned university, sought after schools and historic architecture.
Are you looking to move to Burford, the 'gateway to the Cotswolds', one of the many towns situated on the banks of the River Thames, or looking for proximity to Oxford's historic University and renowned schools?
Ollie was born in Oxford and has lived and worked with residential property in Witney, Didcot, Abingdon, Wallingford and Oxford.
Also within Ollie's patch are the towns (and village in between) of:
Ollie lives 8 miles from the former railway town of Swindon, which is well situated for transports links along the M4 or A419.
Whether you're moving to Swindon for its excellent residential amenities including the Orbital shopping centre and Outlet Centre within the converted Great Western Railway works, or moving to the picturesque market town of Marlborough, he can help.
Also covered within his patch are the towns (and villages in between) of:
Are you moving to the historic market town of Newbury, home of Vodafone and Newbury Race Course?
Are you looking to move to Hungerford or one of the villages within this area of outstanding natural beauty? Ollie covers both towns and the surrounding villages.
Are you moving to Cheltenham, home of the famous Cheltenham Race Course and numerous annual festivals?
Are you moving to the historic town of Cirencester? The largest town in the Cotswolds was second in size only to London during Roman Times. The picturesque town is well situated for access to the M4 and M5 and features many characterful properties built out of traditional Cotswold Stone.
Ollie covers both towns and the surrounding villages.