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Hull is a bustling and vibrant waterfront city which is proving to be very popular with home buyers. The city has had a reputation for being run down, but over the past 20 years Hull has been slowly reinventing itself and is now a hotspot for professionals and first time buyers who enjoy the city lifestyle.
Located close to the city centre, the Avenues are becoming a desirable place for many people looking to buy a home in Hull with its exciting nightlife, restaurants and bars. With Siemens planning to build a wind-turbine factory at Alexander Dock, the city’s eastern villages are being targeted by investors too, especially HU7, HU8 and HU9. This historic city is enjoying many exciting developments including being the UK City of Culture in 2017.
If you plan to buy a property in Hull, make sure you employ an expert conveyancing solicitor or licenced conveyancer. Your conveyancer will make you aware of any significant plans or changes that might affect the property you are buying.
Whilst your conveyancer takes control of the searches you can start researching what this great city has to offer. Explore the vintage shops, markets, attractions, museums and enjoy the rich maritime history.
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