It's a strange comment isn't it?  I mean, just how safe is a house?  In my professional career I've had experiences of houses blowing up and burning down.  I've even been involved in a case relating to a house that didn't actually exist.  
Of course, houses can and should be very safe places.  They should be the place you go to at the end of a hard day, where you can relax and enjoy yourself with your family and friends.  They should have beautiful views, unspoiled by water sewage tanks that you didn't know about because they weren't spotted by whoever did your searches.  They should be warm and dry, without damp and mould problems that weren't picked up on in the survey.  Possibly most importantly, they should be structurally sound without any building issues, because your solicitor made sure that all the building works had been signed off properly by building control before you exchanged contracts.
How do you achieve all this safety and security?  Easy! When you've had an offer accepted on your dream house (or flat, or farm, or office or even your caravan), give me a call and I'll talk you through the process and explain the costs.  I'll make sure everything is checked properly for you and I'll keep you informed all the way along so you know what's going on.  If you need more details, drop me a line at
Kleyman & Co Solicitors.  The full service law firm.  Safer than houses.