A PEC is a document confirming any existing proposals, legal orders or notices against a property.
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What is a Property Enquiry Certificate (PEC)?
A PEC is a document confirming any existing proposals, legal orders or notices against a property. These details are required before buying or selling a property.
How Long Does it Take to get a Property Enquiry Certificate?
When it comes to a property sale, we understand a fast turnaround is vital. That’s why we supply certificates within 48 hours. We can also offer emergency, same day or book-ahead service.
What’s Included in a PEC?
At DM Hall, we go above and beyond to ensure you have all the information you need. Not only do we collate all the detail for the property, but we can also look into neighbouring properties on:
- Local Development Plan Policies & Proposals
- Planning & Building Warrant Applications
- Environmental Issues
- Statutory Notices
- Roads Adoption
- Water & Drainage
We can also provide additional reports such as Roads Adoption Plans, Scottish Water Plans, Flood Risk Reports, Scotway Reports, and Retention Estimate Reports.
What Our Clients Say
"Seamless experience! Charlie the Surveyor came to do the Home Report for our House sale! Asked us a few questions about our house then carried out his survey of the house which a draft was emailed to us within 48 hours! A few adjustments were necessary then it was full steam ahead!"