Surveyor in Newport

Your Local RICS Regulated Home & Building Surveyor in Newport

Buying a home in Newport? Get peace of mind with Camsure Home Surveys, recognised as the UK's Best Surveyors for 2024 by Compare My Move!

We're a local, family-run business with decades of experience providing RICS-regulated surveys to empower your property decisions.

Key Reasons to Choose Camsure:

Local knowledge: Benefit from our in-depth expertise in Newport combined with the highest industry standards of RICS.

High-quality Report: Experience the difference with our detailed, easy-to-understand reports, delivered by RICS-qualified surveyors.

Confidence through knowledge: Make informed choices with clear assessments of your property's condition, potential issues and investment value.

Stress-free experience: Enjoy a smooth and hassle-free buying journey with our friendly and professional team by your side.

Ready for expert advice? Contact Camsure Home Surveys today!

More Than Just a Survey: The Camsure Difference

Here's what sets Camsure apart:

Tailored Approach: We customise our surveys to your specific needs, whether you're a first-time buyer or a seasoned investor.

Full Range of Services: Choose from RICS level 2 Homebuyers Reports, RICS level 3 Building Survey and RICS accredited Red Book Valuations.

Unmatched Expertise: Our experienced RICS surveyors have comprehensive knowledge of Newport's diverse property landscape.

Clear Communication: We explain everything in plain English, ensuring you understand the report and its implications.

Exceptional Customer Service: Our friendly and professional team is here to answer your questions and guide you through the process.

Outstanding Reviews: See what our satisfied clients have to say about their Camsure experience.


Investing in a Camsure survey goes beyond just paperwork. It's an investment in peace of mind, informed decision-making and a smoother, more confident property buying journey.

Ready to get started? Contact Camsure Home Surveys today for a free consultation!

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Buying a house? Choose the right surveyor

Picking a new home is a big deal and finding the right surveyor is key. With Camsure, you can relax knowing you're getting the best service and the most accurate info.

Our detailed reports give you the peace of mind you need to confidently choose your Newport home.

Homebuyer Survey Report: Get the lowdown on any problems before you buy.

Homebuyer Survey Report with Valuation: Know what it's worth and any issues to consider.

Building Survey: For older or unusual homes, get a thorough inspection.

RICS 'Red Book' Valuation: Get an official valuation for mortgage or resale.

Call Camsure today on 01433 741180 for an informal chat about your home survey needs. We'll help you feel confident about buying your Newport home.

We're with you every step of the way, making sure you have all the information you need to make the best choice.

How Much Does a Newport Home Survey Cost?

Cost Guide (2024): £420 - £1,550

A thorough survey acts as your eyes and ears, revealing potential problems and saving you from unexpected headaches down the road. But like any worthwhile service, surveys come with varying price tags.

To help you navigate the costs involved, here's a breakdown of what to expect:

Price Range: Expect to see quotes ranging from £420 to £1,550.

Key Factors Affecting Cost:

Property Size: Naturally, larger houses require more time and effort to survey, leading to a higher price tag.

Survey Type: Different surveys offer varying depths of analysis. A basic Homebuyer Report costs less than a comprehensive Building Survey, which takes a deeper look at potential structural issues.

Remember, a home survey is an investment in your peace of mind. Don't skip this crucial step on your journey to becoming a homeowner in beautiful Newport!

Camsure's Surveyors in Newport

Roisin. Our surveyor in Newport

Meet Roisin

Roisin has over 23 years of experience in both residential and commercial surveying, making her a trusted advisor for clients across Newport.

As a RICS Registered Valuer, she provides accurate and reliable property valuations, ensuring you make informed decisions.

But what truly sets Roisin apart is her dedication to her clients. She values professionalism, courtesy and diligence in every interaction, guaranteeing a smooth and seamless experience. Whether you're an investor or a first-time buyer, Roisin is by your side, ensuring your journey is informed and stress-free

Great help, very efficient and informative

I spoke to the surveyor Roisin directly before the report and after and she was very helpful and informative. She has helped me decide I'm probably not going to pursue the property I was after originally due to too many issues that the vendor isn't going to negotiate on.

Jason, Trustpilot
Ross. Our surveyor in Newport

Meet Ross

Born and raised in the sunshine of South Africa, Ross now proudly calls the UK his home. A long-held connection to his British heritage, fueled by family roots, found its spark when he met his future wife, a Brit working in South Africa. Their love story led him across the globe, where he embraced his new life with open arms.

Ross's passion for buildings began early, leading him to a career as a Quantity Surveyor in South Africa. However, the desire for a more hands-on role beckoned, drawing him to Residential Surveying. This transition brought its own set of challenges and triumphs, shaping his expertise.

Back in the UK, Ross achieved his RICS qualification and joined the experienced team at Camsure Homes. His dedication and enthusiasm shine through in his commitment to exceptional client service.

Clear communication is his cornerstone, ensuring your property journey is informed and stress-free.

"I am a hard working individual with a passion for bricks and mortar. I believe in doing a good job for my clients so that they can be satisfied and confident in the property that they are purchasing. I also believe in good communication which helps to keep everyone well informed so they can go forward knowing what they are getting into."

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Level 3 survey on listed property. Surveyor Ross

Great experience altogether. Camsure was a great choice. I am delighted with the service. Ross carried out a very detailed survey, gave me a call as soon as he finished to discuss it and was incredibly helpful when I queried the works to be done. I would certainly recommend your business very highly.

Margaret, Trustpilot

Looking for a Home Survey in Newport? We Do More Than Just Check Walls!

At Camsure, we understand that your Newport home is an investment and its survey should be as unique as it is. We don't believe in one-size-fits-all solutions, which is why we create bespoke surveys for historic townhouses, modern flats and everything in between.

More Than Just Surveyors, We're Your Property Partner:

Selecting the right surveyor is a crucial decision. We recognise the importance of trust and here's why Camsure is your reliable partner:

Discover the Perfect Survey for Your Newport Property:

Contact Camsure today to schedule a consultation and discuss your unique requirements. We're committed to providing you with a comprehensive and tailored survey that empowers you to make informed decisions about your property.


Professional, friendly and very thorough in their report. I had follow up questions which was answered very quickly and in detail. I am very happy with the service and highly recommend

Anneka, Trustpilot

Choosing the Right Survey


Homebuyer Survey Report

RICS Level 2 Home Buyer Survey Report

A RICS Homebuyer Survey Report is carried out by a certified surveyor who performs a thorough visual examination of the property. This examination reveals the property's condition and highlights any potential issues before you make a purchase.


Homebuyer Survey Report with Valuation

RICS Level 2 Home Buyer Survey Report with Valuation

For individuals seeking assurance that they are paying a fair market price for a property and need to determine the reconstruction cost for insurance, our surveyor in Newport can help.


Building Survey

RICS Level 3 Building Survey

A comprehensive building survey suitable for older properties, those in poor condition or properties where major renovation work is anticipated.


RICs 'Red Book' Valuation

Written market valuation of your property including Help To Buy, Shared Ownership and for inheritance tax purposes.*

*Valuations and rebuild costs can be added to a Building Survey at request, for an additional fee.

Choosing the Right Survey

Our expert surveyor is on hand to guide you through informed property buying decisions. We offer a range of survey options, carefully crafted to match your specific needs and the unique characteristics of your desired property.

Explore our options below and discover the ideal survey for you:


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RICS Homebuyers Survey Report

Our certified RICS Newport surveyor can deliver a thorough Homebuyer Report tailored for properties in good condition constructed after 1930.

Utilising a straightforward "traffic light" system, the report effectively highlights the property's condition and structural integrity.

Beyond evaluating the physical state of the property, the report offers valuable insights on legal matters, identifies urgent issues requiring immediate attention, proposes potential remedies for defects impacting the property's value and provides guidance on future maintenance.

Additionally, for a nominal extra fee, we offer a market valuation of your property.

This comprehensive report also covers environmental considerations, including flooding risks, proximity to mining or landfill sites, soil types and the presence of radon gas.

Furthermore, it assesses the potential impact of infrastructure projects like the HS2 rail line on your property's value.

RICS Building Survey

Our detailed Building Survey, formerly recognised as a Full Structural Survey, is tailored specifically for properties constructed before 1930.

Going beyond the Homebuyer Report, this thorough assessment provides a more comprehensive evaluation of the property's condition, accompanied by valuable additional advice.

For a small additional cost, you have the option to request a property value assessment, offering tailored suggestions for addressing any issues, repairs and maintenance requirements.

This all-encompassing report equips you with the essential information to make well-informed decisions regarding the property's condition and future maintenance needs.

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RICS Homebuyers Survey Report, Newport

Independent Valuation Report

Our unbiased valuation seeks to establish the market value of your property and may uncover potential areas requiring further investigation.

In Help to Buy applications, our specially qualified RICS registered valuer in Newport will evaluate your home's value, a crucial factor in calculating your financial commitment.

It's important to note that this valuation is valid for three months.

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Competitive and Quick

Competitive and Quick. The team at Camsure has been exceptionally helpful in providing us with the support on the valuation of our property in a really short span.


Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on how big and complicated the house is.

Usually, an RICS inspection takes 2 hours to a day but bigger houses might take days.

Ask your surveyor when they'll do the inspection and when you'll get their report.

  • Buying a house: Once your offer's accepted. It shows you're serious and speeds things up.
  • Selling your house: It finds any problems that could delay or stop the sale.
  • Worried about repairs?: A Level 2 survey can help you understand your options and fix things before they get worse.

  • England, Wales, NI: You pay if you're buying the house. Sellers can also get one.
  • Scotland: The seller has to get a Home Report for buyers to see.

Depends on what the survey finds.

No problems? Everything keeps going as usual.

Big problems? You might try to renegotiate the price, get the seller to fix things or even pull out of the deal. You might also need other experts to check things, which takes time.

No, it's not required by law in England, Wales or NI, but it's strongly recommended for buyers' peace of mind.

In Scotland, it's required before you can even put the house on the market.

Newport's Property Market - A Snapshot

Compared to other UK cities, Newport has lower living costs, attracting young professionals and families seeking a comfortable lifestyle. The city fosters a strong sense of community, with local events, festivals and friendly neighbourhoods creating a welcoming atmosphere.
Property Type Average Price (£) Percentage of Sales
Terraced Properties £179,880 Most Sales
Semi-detached Properties £243,026
Detached Properties £393,554

In general, the selling prices in Newport experienced a 1% decrease compared to the preceding year but showed a 4% increase from the peak of £230,455 recorded in 2021.

(Source: Right Move February 2024)

New Housing Developments in Newport:

Newport has seen significant transformations recently, with major redevelopment projects revitalising its historic buildings. Despite initial challenges, the £100m Friars Walk shopping centre, opened in November 2015, marked the beginning of a substantial regeneration effort. Subsequent progress faced setbacks due to the pandemic, impacting the shopping centre.

However, positive developments such as the regeneration of Newport Market, upcoming projects like a new campus and leisure centre and the renovation of the Transporter Bridge are injecting new vitality into the city. The rising house prices in nearby Cardiff have also increased Newport's appeal, leading to significant housing developments.

Notable projects include:

  1. Ringland Regeneration:

    • A £24m project plans to build over 200 homes and a new shopping centre to replace the old Ringland Circle.
    • The redevelopment addresses high deprivation levels, with the first phase completed in June 2021.
    • The modern shopping centre will offer various services, including healthcare and community facilities.
  2. Glan Llyn:

    • Ongoing development at the Glan Llyn mixed community includes 4,000 homes, schools, amenities and open spaces.
    • Several phases are underway, with additional homes, a school, leisure centre and football pitches planned.
  3. Old Town Dock:

    • Newport City Homes aims to build 149 homes on a ten-acre site along the River Usk.
    • Plans focus on revitalising the area, emphasizing energy efficiency and community connections.
  4. Pillgwenlly:

    • Part of a long-term regeneration plan, Newport City Homes is providing renovated and new apartments, contributing to the area's improvement.
  5. Stow Hill:

    • A historic building near Newport city centre is being transformed into 36 flats, managed by Newport City Homes.
  6. Longmeadow:

    • Newport City Homes is building 35 new homes at Longmeadow Court in Lliswerry, with revised plans under review.
  7. Griffin Island:

    • Newport City Homes is refurbishing a listed building on Skinner Street to create 20 apartments, following a phased approach.
  8. Upper Dock Street:

    • Eighteen apartments are being built in the city centre on Upper Dock Street, with work completed and awaiting service connections.

These projects collectively contribute to Newport's urban rejuvenation, making it an increasingly attractive place to live.

Best Places to Live in and around Newport:

  • Ridgeway
    Situated on a hill with panoramic views of Rogerstone, Ridgeway is highly popular among homebuyers. It has a rural feel and is just a 2-minute walk from Friars Walk shopping centre. Getting to work is easy with trains to Bristol or Cardiff and the M4 is nearby for those who prefer to drive.

  • Caerleon
    Caerleon, easily accessible from the M4, offers a countryside feel near Newport. Regular buses connect Caerleon to Newport and Cwmbran. Its main attraction is the Roman fortress of Isca Augusta, adding historical interest. Caerleon also features quality schools, restaurants and cafés.

  • Bassaleg
    Bassaleg, known for its top schools, is a popular family-friendly suburb near Newport and Cardiff. With thatched cottages and historic features, it's known for Wales's oldest operational railway bridge and viaduct. An operational train station connects to Newport and Cardiff and the M4 Junction 28 is less than a mile away.

  • Ponthir
    North of Caerleon, the village of Ponthir, 6 miles from Newport and 3 miles from Cwmbran, is predominantly residential. It offers various amenities, including nurseries, playgrounds, sports clubs, grocery stores, pubs, a dentist and doctors, catering to residents' needs.

  • Llanwern
    Despite its large size, Llanwern houses around 3,000 residents. Known for larger, high-quality homes, it attracts wealthier homebuyers and retirees. The ongoing Glan Llyn renewal project is set to create business space and generate jobs, making Llanwern an increasingly attractive spot.

  • St Julians
    Located in the northeastern sector of Newport, St Julians offers urban luxuries while remaining close to the M4. With a mix of semi-detached and terrace housing, it provides easy access to shops, eateries and studios. Glebelands Park offers outdoor space for sports and leisure.

  • Langstone
    Sitting on Newport's northeastern border, Langstone is easily accessible and offers attractive housing options. Large developments provide semi-detached and detached houses. The Celtic Manor Resort dominates the skyline, featuring a spa, golf courses and restaurants, adding to Langstone's appeal.

  • Rogerstone
    Once a working-class village, Rogerstone has transitioned with modern housing developments replacing industrial facilities. A restored canal with National Cycle Network access, reputable schools and recreational options like the Tiny Rebel microbrewery make it an appealing choice.

  • Marshfield
    Part of the green belt between Newport and Cardiff, Marshfield offers natural beauty. With a post office, chemist and local shop, it maintains an old-fashioned village atmosphere. Bus lines to Cardiff and Newport enhance commuting options and schools cater to families.

  • Rhiwderin
    A quiet village west of Newport, Rhiwderin offers a communal atmosphere with convenient connections to the city via the A468 Newport-Caerphilly road. Housing options cater to various budgets and amenities in neighbouring Bassaleg complement the village lifestyle.

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Excellent service. Efficient, professional and really helpful. Thoroughly recommend. Went above and beyond to ensure that needs were met.

Sarah Warrilow

What's it like to live in Newport

Newport offers an exceptional quality of life, featuring respected schools, scenic landscapes plus an exciting sports and entertainment scene. The ongoing revitalisation of the city centre includes significant investments, introducing new homes, shops, offices and recreational facilities.

Property prices are notably affordable, approximately 59% of the national average.

Perfect for both work and living, Newport is a coastal city situated near the stunning Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Brecon Beacons, Gower coast and the Vale of Usk. Ongoing redevelopment efforts in the city centre breathe new life into retail and business spaces, complemented by an improved railway station providing excellent connectivity to a robust transportation network.

Notably, Newport hosted the 2010 Ryder Cup and has a strong education system with a high A level pass rate, along with options for private education. The University of South Wales and nearby institutions contribute to the city's educational diversity.

There are lots of leisure opportunities in Newport, with over 30 golf courses, cycling and walking routes connecting to Caerleon and the Wales Coast Path and the Newport International Sports Village offering various sports facilities. The city's stadium, Rodney Parade, hosts rugby and football events, while the Celtic Manor Resort provides premium leisure and business services.

Cultural and natural attractions in Newport are further enriched by the Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre, Newport Wetlands Reserve and Tredegar House. The removal of Severn bridge tolls has added to Newport's appeal, making it an even more attractive place to live and work.

Contact Camsure Home Surveys Newport.

When you're buying, renovating or selling a property, it's always a stressful time. We can help alleviate that concern.

As RICS surveyors in Newport, we have the local knowledge of South Wales to assist you in any property project you may undertake.

Newport 01433 741180 Office M1.03 Newport Market, High Street, Newport, NP20 1FX 
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