What is a Mortgage Tree Report and when is it needed?
A tree report, also known as an arboricultural report, may be required for a mortgage if the property being considered for purchase has trees on or near the site. This is because trees can have an impact on the property's value, safety, and cost of maintenance.
A tree report typically provides information on the health, age, size, and species of trees on the property, as well as any potential risks or hazards they may pose. The report may also include recommendations for any necessary maintenance or removal of trees that could affect the property's structural integrity or pose a threat to people or other property.
Mortgage lenders may require a tree report to ensure that the property is a sound investment and that the value of the property will not be impacted by issues related to trees on the site. The report may also help the lender determine the appropriate amount of insurance coverage needed for the property.
In summary, a tree report is needed for a mortgage to assess any potential risks or hazards posed by trees on or near the property and to determine their impact on the property's value, safety, and maintenance costs.
Why Thompson Consultancy?
The reason that businesses choose Thompson Tree Services is that our lead consultant is an experienced and highly qualified tree care professional who has achieved the level 6 qualification in arboriculture, one of the highest levels of qualification in the arboriculture industry.
To qualify at level 6, one must typically have several years of experience working in the field of tree care and have completed extensive training and education. Level 6 arboriculturists are trained to provide a range of services, including tree health diagnosis and treatment, and tree risk assessment. They may also be involved in tree conservation efforts and will have experience in tree planting, transplanting, and management.
Overall, a level 6 arborist is a highly skilled and knowledgeable tree care professional who can provide a range of tree care services to ensure the health and safety of trees and the people and property around them.
Also, our consultants are professional tree inspectors who have expertise in the identification, diagnosis, and treatment of tree diseases and pests. They are also trained in Quantified Tree Risk Assessment (QTRA), which is a comprehensive and reliable method for assessing tree risk, and is widely used by local authorities, parks and recreation departments, and other organisations responsible for managing trees in public spaces.
Do you need a Tree Report?
If you are in need of a reliable Tree care company to carry out tree reports. Then look no further. Simply enquire today with Thompson Tree Services. Our expert team are waiting to assist you.