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With the average Nottingham house prices below those of both the East Midlands and England and Wales, the Nottinghamshire city is an attractive area to buy affordable property. Nottingham’s popularity has resulted in new housing developments across the area, so make sure you select a conveyancer early in your moving process to find out if there is major development works planned near your new home.
Nottingham has recently been named as the most haunted city in England and, although your conveyancing solicitor won’t be able to investigate paranormal activity, they will undertake environmental searches to address any concerns about subsidence that could cause some horrors in the future. As Nottingham once had 30 collieries in operation at one time, it is important that you find a conveyancing solicitor that has experience in the Nottingham area to be able to advise whether a mining search is required and if the previous mining site could affect the property through subsidence.
When you have moved into your new Nottingham home, there are plenty of things for you to do in your area. Whether you are a literature lover who spends their time in Bromley House, or an engine enthusiast who enjoys visiting Bestwood Winding Engine House, there is something for everyone in Nottingham.
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