Here is a list of things my fiance and I have as proof of Accommodation for his apartment that he owns and lives in:

  • Title deed
  • Council tax bill (stating he's the only one who lives there)
  • Utility bills
  • Photos of the apartment
  • Mortgage Statement
  • Floor Plan from housing developers when he purchased it along with plot outline (it's a new build, 6 months old)

With this in mind, is a Property Inspection Report/Surveys Report absolutely necessary? We would like to avoid spending even more money when we already have plenty of proof... Thanks.

  • Is it just you? Are there any children involved?
    – ouflak
    Apr 10, 2019 at 7:52
  • It's just me, no children. Apr 11, 2019 at 20:26

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Technically it is not 'absolutely required'. It is one of several items listed in the Supporting Documents Guidance, and you have already prepared several of those:

  • Land Registry documents
  • mortgage statements *
  • rent book or tenancy agreement
  • council tax statements *
  • property inspection report
  • utilities bills *
  • accommodation details with a supporting letter (Your floor plan and photos) *

It's just my opinion, but I believe your evidence should more than suffice.

  • Thank you! I think you're right, we just needed a second opinion. Apr 12, 2019 at 17:33

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