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With 56% of reallymoving.com’s Plymouth movers deciding to stay in the area, and one of the top ten largest Universities by total number of students, Plymouth is a popular place to call home.
Although Plymouth possesses a wealth of historic homes, notably the local limestone buildings, the urban redevelopment project the Devonshire city is undertaking will see 33,000 new dwellings built. Whether you have decided to buy a new build house in the Devonport development through the Help to Buy Scheme, or a listed property on New Street, one of the oldest streets in Plymouth, our knowledgeable, experienced conveyancers will be able to guide you through your move with expertise.
The solicitors on our panel are aware of the extra layers of complexity involved in the conveyancing process of a Help to Buy purchase and the searches necessary to discover restrictions that may affect planned works to your new home in a conservation area. They will ensure your Plymouth move goes smoothly, whatever your property and requirements.
Once you have settled into your new home, following a quick, efficient transaction from your conveyancing solicitor, there are many Plymouth events for you to enjoy, including a number of Food & Drink festivals and Local Music Nights to sample the culinary and musical talent in your new area.
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