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Our sample report will show you everything that is included in a Home Hunter Report.
The report is designed to give you the peace of mind that the property and location are right for you and your family so you can buy with confidence.
After you purchase a Home Hunter Report, a high-quality 25+ page pdf will be emailed to you within a few minutes.
Why Do You Need a Home Hunter Report?
It's property research made easy! We save you up to 10 hours of research to enable you to buy with confidence. It's hassle-free, in-depth and easy to read.
However much you love a property, the surrounding area has a significant bearing on how enjoyable it is to live there. Home Hunter Report works with leading data providers to bring you all the important information you need to buy a home with confidence.
We've jam-packed the Home Hunter Report with 25+ pages of essential information to make your decision and buy with confidence.
Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make!
Let us help you to make the right decision
Buying a property is one of the most stressful things you can do. That is why we created the Home Hunter Report to take the pain out of doing research.
Leave it to us and we'll provide you with the peace of mind that our comprehensive 25+ page report gives you to allow you to buy with the confidence you have done your research!
What Does the Home Hunter Report Include?
A summary of the property type and configuration
Information on property size and freehold / leasehold status
Information on broadband connectivity and providers
Information on TV providers available in the area
LOCAL PROPERTY TAX
Local county council and property tax information
Flood risk and flood plain information
Information on local schools in the area
Details on local public transportation
A summary of previous sale prices and dates from the Property Price Register
An overview of phone coverage from the leading providers in the area
Overview of local planning applications and recent decisions in the area
Property BER Information and Estimated Energy costs.
What To Do With The Information?
Our reports are over 25 pages long and easy to read – we also provide advice and guidance on how to use the information for your own needs within them.
A report highlights the positives as well as the negatives, helping you to make a balanced and well-informed decision. It’s designed to help you move with confidence and get a better deal in the process.
It should be a deciding factor when it comes to knowing when to make an offer, walk away, or negotiate a house price lower. The information included can be highly useful when it comes to haggling, as they’ll give you a feel for how much a home is actually worth.
What areas does the Home Hunter Report cover?The Home Hunter Reports for all counties in Ireland where the Eircode is available and we can access relevant data. We currently offer over 90% coverage and are constantly working to increase this to 100%. The Home Hunter Report will only work for second-hand properties that are listed for sale and will not work for new builds or properties that are not listed for sale yet or anymore.
Do I get a physical Home Hunter Report?As an eco-friendly company, we are always trying to reduce the use of paper. So rather than sending a report in the post, we will provide you with a link to a downloadable PDF version of your report. This will be emailed directly to you within minutes of your purchase and, if you choose to print it, your Home Hunter Report will be in a printable format.
How is the Home Hunter Report personanlised for me?We use the Eircode that you provide us to tailor the report for exactly what you need. Your Home Hunter Report will include over 20 pages of information on your property including: Planning Information Local Property Tax Freehold / Leasehold Status Information from the Property Price Register Flood Information Radon Information Mobile Coverage Broadband Coverage Local Transport Links Major Transport Links Local Schools Local Amenities ... And many tips to help you on your home buying journey!
What is included in the Home Hunter Report?Your Home Hunter Report will include over 20 pages of information on your property including: Planning Information Local Property Tax Freehold / Leasehold Status Information from the Property Price Register Flood Information Radon Information Mobile Coverage Broadband Coverage Local Transport Links Major Transport Links Local Schools Local Amenities BER Information Estimated Energy Costs ... And many tips to help you on your home buying journey!
What properties does the Home Hunter Report work for?Home Hunter Report WORKS for over 90% of second-hand properties that are for sale in Ireland. Home Hunter Report DOES NOT WORK work for new build properties as they would not yet be listed on any of the databases we utilise. Home Hunter Report DOES NOT WORK for properties that are not listed for sale.
Why didn't my report include all topics?Whilst we strive to ensure that all data points are covered in every report, in the rare occasion, <5% of reports, public data is not available for all reporting topics. This is something that is beyond our control and we are constantly searching for new data sources in order to close these gaps.
Why can't I get a Home Hunter Report on the home I'm living in now?The Home Hunter Report requires that the property is listed for sale in order to run. For that reason, the Home Hunter Report will not work for properties that are not currently listed for sale. In the future, we plan to offer a Sellers Home Report in the future that they can share as part of their own sales brochure but that is not currently available.
Who is the Home Hunter Report for?The Home Hunter Report is designed for anyone on the house buying journey who is looking for more information on a property. We think the ideal time to get a report is a few days before you go to a viewing to arm you with extra information, but the report will add value at any stage of your journey. Perfect for first-time buyers, down-sizers or those interested in buying a second property. The objective of the report is simple: provide you with as much public information as possible about the property and area so that you can make an informed decision on whether or not this is the right property for you!