Non Traditional Building Property Investors

Non Traditional Building Property Investors

Don't detay call our surveyors todayNon Traditional properties were built after World War - take a look at our video below to find out more.

This video looks at property investment in non-traditional buildings and the risks and rewards, and how we as Building Surveyors can help you buy the right property at the right price.

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What are Non Traditional Properties?

When we say non-traditional construction, often it is the post-war housing, from 1950s-1970s that is thought about, where they use factory techniques.

The term can also be used more broadly on materials and/or construction that is non-traditional.  This can range from:

  1. Earth buildings, which we have good experience of.
  2. Buildings that have been/can be converted for use, such as windmills and oast houses, pubs, churches and of course retail/shops, and any building really where you think there is something unusual about it.

Standardised Construction

Whilst many of these use standardised construction, particularly in the non-traditional housing market, we also find standardised construction in other sectors, often due to the use of the building;

For example:  Windmills and Oast Houses are fairly standard, albeit non-standard construction techniques that were used as they were developed.

Equally, the types of buildings, such as pubs, churches and retail buildings, especially when purpose built, have a standardised construction.

For more information on Non Traditional Houses contact us today Free phone 0800 298 5424