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Are you buying or selling a home in the largest town in south east London? Whether you are tempted by the low crime levels, good school results or the 33% above average amount of green spaces in comparison to the rest of London, our conveyancing solicitors will supply you with a quick service so you can enjoy your Bromley home as soon as possible.
Your Bromley conveyancing solicitor will be able to confirm if the property you are purchasing is a listed building, and whether it is locally listed or on the statutory list. If any changes have been made to the building by a previous owner, your property solicitor will check that all necessary permission for the changes made has been granted. Whether you are buying an 18th Century home on Jordan Road or a Grade II listed cottage on Wickham Road by Kelsey Park, our conveyancers will provide you with the appropriate information for buying a listed building in Bromley.
Once you have moved into your new Bromley home, there are many things for you to enjoy in the area, including visits to the Churchill Theatre, Chislehurst Caves or, if you’re not buying one of the listed buildings in Bromley, the Grade I listed Bromley College. When you get your conveyancing quotes from reallymoving.com you can be confident of a professional, reliable service.
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